and repeats claims city is 'wallowing in victim status' Kelvin MacKenzie slams Liverpool AGAIN Former Sn boss claims he was sent a text from Trevor Phillips branding Liverpool as 'wallowing in victim status'ByJoe Thomas 11:33, 27 coach outlet handbags by jessica APR 2017Updated17:04, 27 APR 2017 Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A former equalities chief branded Liverpool coach outlet stores website a city "wallowing in self pity", according to Kelvin MacKenzie.
The ex Sn boss claimed Trevor Phillips, who chaired the Equality and Human Rights Commission, used the phrase while backing him over his suspension for comments about Everton star Ross Barkley. Writing for The Spectator, Mr MacKenzie also claimed readers of The Sn were 100 1 behind him, before appearing to poke fun at Merseyside's boycott of that paper. Mr MacKenzie, widely despised on Merseyside for his role in The Sn's coverage of the Hillsborough tragedy, was suspended after he compared "the look in the eyes" of Mr Barkley to a gorilla. The comment sparked outrage and a complaint to Merseyside Police due to the footballer's Nigerian heritage. Everton ban The Sn from all club premises Trevor Phillips, chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission The force is carrying out enquiries "to establish the full circumstances of the incident". Mr MacKenzie returned to the subject in a column for The Spectator in which he claimed to have the backing of Mr Phillips, chairman of the Equality and Human rights Commission between 2003 and 2012. He coach outlet purses to carry attributed a text message to Mr Phillips that said: "WTF? I have to confess I had no idea Barkley was a brother. Sad to see a great city wallowing in victim status. Unbelievable." The wording echoed that of a 2004 editorial in The Spectator, then edited by Boris Johnson, which said people from Liverpool appeared to "wallow" in "their victim status". Kelvin Mackenzie SUSPENDED from The Sn after column slating Liverpool people on eve of Hillsborough anniversary Ross Barkley celebrates his goal with the fans after making it 2 1 for Everton. Mr MacKenzie then claimed further support before aiming a jibe at Merseyside's widespread boycott of The Sn. He said: "A number of MPs shared his view, believing the reaction was comedic, with Andrew Mitchell, the ex secretary of state for international development, texting: 'On behalf of all gorillas I'd like to make a complaint.' "The Sn did not see the joke and suspended my column. The readers didn't agree and opinion was running 100 1 in my favour, with coach outlet locations washington some threatening a boycott if I didn't return. Boycott? That would never work, would it?" (Image: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire) The Sn has been the subject of a boycott on Merseyside, and by many Reds fans, since its shameful reporting of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster including a front page claiming Liverpool fans pickpocketed the dead on the Leppings Lane terraces. Mr MacKenzie was the editor at the time.
Prev: cheap coach outlet
Next: coach outlet coupons store