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An open letter to Katie Hopkins

May 24, 2014

Diary of an SAH Stroke Survivor

From the President of Mental Wealth (Student Minds) Cambridge University

Dear Katie,

I think we should talk about mental health.

I was directed to your interview in the Tab by a friend who warned me that it would ‘hit a nerve’. I was intrigued; your highly publicised views on children’s names and people who have ginger hair have only ever indirectly struck me as faintly ridiculous. However, when the nonsense becomes vitriol, and is injected into the subject of mental health, my friend was right to know that I would be enraged.

As President of Student Minds Cambridge, and one of the founding trustees of teenage mental health charity ‘The Invictus Trust’, I deplore your views, and felt it necessary to set you right on a few things; not just on the behalf of everybody who has suffered from mental health issues in Cambridge, but also on behalf of all…

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  1. May 24, 2014 11:09 am

    Katie Hopkins is a person who is one of life failures a loose cannon and would never take on board any hate or hurt of others so you would be wasting your time in trying to correct her
    her wikipedia sums up up very well not a nice person so stay well clear

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katie_Hopkins

  2. May 24, 2014 11:47 am

    Totally agreed with Nick. and also she will never been a role model for any one 😛

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