Maajid Nawaz is Leading Britain's Conversation
4 July 2016, 14:37
Theresa May claims that many British people "benefit" from Sharia law - Katie Hopkins could not disagree more.
Back in May, the Home Secretary - who's now favourite to be the next Prime Minister - said many British people "benefit a great deal" from the guidance offered by Sharia laws.
She did also warn that Sharia was being "misused" and "exploited" to discriminate against women but it's the positive comments that got Katie Hopkins very energised on her LBC show.
"I think it's absolutely charming - not," began Katie.
"She said many British people 'benefit a great deal' from Sharia law. Well that's lovely Theresa May, isn't it?
"The day that we have Sharia law implemented in this country is the day that I start getting arrested more often than I already do.
"We should not have Sharia law here in the UK.
"We already have it. There is an undercurrent of Sharia law...that is not correct.
"No, Theresa May, you are wrong. Women do not benefit. Women are discriminated against. Women are second, third, fourth class citizens under Sharia law.
"It is not part of my country, it is never going to be part of Great Britain."