What to do about Warsi is quite a problem for the Tory high command. She does visibly show how the party has changed but she’s also not very competent. Cameron has already split her role, giving Cameron’s university friend Andrew Feldman a whole bunch of the financial and administrative responsibilities. But as one Tory press adviser said to me just now, ‘you can’t put her on the radio. She’s just a disaster waiting to happen.’She even suggests in some bizzare way that terrorism comitted abroad is broadly acceptable, just terrorism committed here should be dealt with,
“Those who commit criminal acts of terrorism in our country need to be dealt with not just by the full force of the law,” she will say.
Tebbitt offers some no doubt unwanted, but sage advice,
Had Baroness Warsi sought my advice, I would have counselled her not to make the speech which has been trailed in The Daily Telegraph today.
After that, I would say, she might consider who is in need of her homilies on prejudice.