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Class issuesLord Digby Jones implicates Alex Scott of spoiling Olympics coverage by dropping her gsSat 31 Jul 2021 13.11 BSTThe BBC presenter Alex Scott has said she is happy of her accent after she was criticised by a previous minister who said she “needs elocution lessons” and “spoils” Olympics coverage.Lord Digby Jones, a crossbench peer who served as a trade minister under Gordon Brown, struck out at the previous Arsenal and England footballer in tweets on Friday night, in which he also criticised Sky News political editor Beth Rigby.He composed: “Enough! Alex Scott spoils an excellent presentational task on the BBC Olympics Team with her very obvious inability to pronounce her gs at the end of a word. Scott, who retired from worldwide duty in 2017 after making 140 looks for the England womens football group and representing Team GB at the 2012 Olympics, was awarded an MBE for services to football.Alongside a clip of the previous US very first girl Michelle Obamas “When they go low we go high” speech, she tweeted: “A quick one to any young kids who may not have a certain kind of benefit in life.

Class issuesLord Digby Jones implicates Alex Scott of spoiling Olympics protection by dropping her gsSat 31 Jul 2021 13.11 BSTThe BBC speaker Alex Scott has actually said she is happy of her accent after she was criticised by a previous minister who stated she “requires elocution lessons” and “spoils” Olympics coverage.Lord Digby Jones, a crossbench peer who served as a trade minister under Gordon Brown, struck out at the previous Arsenal and England footballer in tweets on Friday night, in which he also criticised Sky News political editor Beth Rigby.He composed: “Enough! Alex Scott ruins a good presentational task on the BBC Olympics Team with her very noticeable failure to pronounce her gs at the end of a word. Photo: Anthony Devlin/PAIn response, Scott said: “Im from a working-class family in east London, Poplar, Tower Hamlets and I am PROUD.”She added that tweets like Joness “just provide me the energy to keep going”, adding: “See you tomorrow … live on BBC baby”. Scott, who retired from worldwide duty in 2017 after making 140 looks for the England womens football group and representing Team GB at the 2012 Olympics, was granted an MBE for services to football.Alongside a clip of the previous United States very first lady Michelle Obamas “When they go low we go high” speech, she tweeted: “A quick one to any young kids who may not have a particular kind of privilege in life.

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