Grinning idiot: Michael Gove doesn’t have a clue.

This is what some Tories think could succeed Tweezer May after she is pried out of 10 Downing Street?

Michael Gove’s comments are typical of the privileged, entitled, out-of-touch toffs who currently hold the UK in a vicelike death-grip.

His words deny a simple fact of life for poorer people – that healthier food is more expensive and they simply cannot afford it, because Tory ‘reforms’ of benefits and wages have put it out of their price range.

If he truly believes it, what a sad, squalid, blinkered little creep he must be.

This is certainly not the kind of man who could be hailed as a future leader of this – or any – country.

Michael Gove has been slammed for claiming poor people eat junk food to find “solace” in their “difficult lives”.

Critics have lined up to explain to the environment secretary the difficulty of paying for healthy food for people on low incomes.

Mr Gove, who heads the government department in charge of food, said people with less money can find comfort in unhealthy foods.

He said: “If you have got a difficult life and you have less money, then one of the things that can be a source of comfort, solace and pleasure will be buying and eating and consuming food that is not always going to be best for you in the long term.”

Source: Michael Gove slammed for claiming poor people eat junk food to find “solace” in their “difficult lives” – Mirror Online


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