She was unfair to China.
It was, in fact, carried out by that cesspit of corruption, Essex County Council.
This was the council which allowed its criminal leader, 'Lord' Hanningfield to steal tens of thousands of pounds from residents so he and his partner could go on luxurious jaunts around the world.
His Chief Executive, Joanna Killian, whose own expenses required scrutiny, should have been fired for allowing the pig farmer, Hanningfield, to keep his snout in the trough for so long.
Even now there is no way of keeping Hanningfield out of the Lords.
When in session he attends daily to collect his £300 a day, tax free allowance.
The answer is not complex.
Councillors so venal as to allow the criminal Hanningfied such latitude for his criminality are putty in the hands of equally unsavoury officers.
The Dame will be sending some stern emails to the pathetic successor to the crook Hanningfield, Cllr David Finch.
His email is firstname.lastname@example.org and if you want to give him a tinkle his mobile is 07834 252 070.
He will not be happy to hear from you.....but don't let that stop you.
He needs to be told a few home truths.
"Pregnant women who have been deported but are forced to leave their babies in Britain is becoming an ‘increasing problem’, an influential MP has said, after it emerged that an Italian national was forced into a caesarean section by social workers.
The Italian woman, who was made to leave her baby in Britain, had travelled to the country for a two-week Ryanair training course at Stansted when she was sectioned under the mental health act and told she must stay in hospital.
Essex social services then obtained a High Court order against the woman, allowing her to be forcibly sedated and the child to be taken from her womb.
John Hemming, MP for Birmingham Yardley and chairman of the Public Family Law Reform Coordinating Campaign, which wants reform and greater openness in court proceedings involving family matters, said there were many other instances of children taken from mothers in Britain, who are then deported.
He referred to the case of a mother whose child, now five-years-old, was born in Sweden, but was taken into the care of a local authority in Britain after her mother was involved in an incident at Heathrow airport"