Tamsin Dunwoody appealed to the council estate vote today when she said "I am just a single, unemployed mother of five fighting hard for a job".
Dunwoody-Kneafsey, granddaughter of Baroness Phillips, daughter of an MP, was educated at the Grey Coat Hospital and the University of Kent. A thousand council houses could be built on her estate in Wales. The public purse paid for her NHS training, where she accumulated 15 years experience. She currently works (or last worked) as a management consultant.
Dunwoody-Kneafsey has never had to fight hard for a job in her life. If she is economically inactive at present, it is by choice - indolence rather than injustice. She has more advantages than 99.5% of the population. If she can't use them, she must either be lazy or stupid.
Do the voters of Crewe and Nantwich really want to elect a lazy (or stupid) candidate who can't hold a relationship together?