Paul O'Grady Savages Nigel Farage.
Paul O'Grady has always been an outspoken, flamboyant, and out-there person. Whether it was his Lilly Savage persona, his chatshow, his love of dogs, etc. Right now, Mr O'Grady can be found on ITV, on his prog, 'For The Love of Dogs". A programme broadcast from 'Battersea Cats and Dogs' home.
Paul's last prog for ITV was about 'Great Ormond Street' hospital, a children's hospital. In this show, he connects and forms bonds with the staff, children and their parents.
O'Grady made the Labour-supporting, 'Daily Mirror' newspaper, when Nigel Farage became the target of Pauls ire. Nigel Farage is the arch-Brexiteer and leader of the Brexit party as if the reader needed to know.
Paul said, that Nigel Farage, made him that angry, that he wanted to rip him to shreds. Paul said thanks to Farage and Boris, the UK leaving the European Union will be a total and utter disaster for us all.
Namely, the economy, travelling abroad to Europe from the UK, and, notably the NHS. The NHS has and is still staffed by foreigners, and many come from the EU countries.
When freedom of movement ends, as it will, if Boris and Farage get their way, there will be a deficit in workers who hold up the NHS, in various roles, as already explained. Paul O'Grady has pointed out that when freedom of movement ends from the EU, the NHS will suffer, as will the patients. No doubt, many European workers, not just in the NHS, are staying on despite Brexit, but others will leave, and the numbers coming from Europe, will no doubt be dropping.
As explained, Paul has made friends in his programme about Great Ormond, with European workers. He has watched them how hard they work, when many Brits, won't do the hours, these hard-working Europeans do.
O'Grady, has no time for Boris, either, saying that when we do leave the EU, Kent, the port of Dover, (O'Grady lives in Kent) will be a disaster. A disaster for all forms of transport leaving for the EU, huge tailbacks of traffic, will make travelling hell.
Paul O'Grady is obviously a remainer, but because of his view, it is easy to see why he would think this.
For The Love of Dogs, ITV.
'For The Love of Dogs', has been broadcast by ITV for a number of years now. The programme shows Paul, sharing the trials and tribulations of the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. The dedicated staff, the animals who reside there and of course, the public.
Paul has a few dogs of his own, and he gets emotionally linked to the dogs, who reside there. Paul loves all animals, however, his passion is for dogs.
The programme highlights the plight of pets, how they are treated (good or bad) by humans, also highlights the dedicated staff there.
If your passion is for dogs and cats, then I highly recommend you view this show.