Boris has described the women wearing burkhas as looking like letterboxes. To go further, it can be frightening, especially to children. The woman, predictably, has complained, but we have freedom of speech here. And the difficult thing to accept is that firstly, we are a democracy and secondly because of that we vote. To lose is the hardest thing to get over, yet this is how we have kept the peace for 70 years.
To some British men, the burkha is apparently insulting, as if they would attack any of these women.
These women and their husbands come to our shores, demanding asylum with its financial benefits. Then they turn around and kick us in the teeth, by wearing these headclothes.
British and European women worked very hard to get the vote, but would these women have us all wear them? It is absurd. If you insist on wearing something that threatens our sense of identity, you should emigrate.
The French, of course, have banned the burkha. It is because the French have proper spunk and their sense of identity on the world stage is very strong. The burkha threatens that. Boris Johnson has spunk; let him be.