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‘I have no sympathy for TV sob stories. If you don’t like criticism, don’t put yourself on TV. Stay at home and sit on your sofa’.

‘I have no sympathy for TV sob stories. If you don’t like criticism, don’t put yourself on TV. Stay at home and sit on your sofa’.

‘Women used to want equal treatment. Now they expect special treatment – all female shortlists, quotas and positive discrimination.’

‘Women used to want equal treatment. Now they expect special treatment – all female shortlists, quotas and positive discrimination.’

‘Better to be loved or loathed than to be nice. John Major was nice.’

‘Better to be loved or loathed than to be nice. John Major was nice.’

‘Employees must be engaged on merit, paid on performance, rewarded on results’.

‘Employees must be engaged on merit, paid on performance, rewarded on results’.

‘I have no time for people that blame their problems on someone else; their parents, their school, the NHS or the state. Get a grip and sort yourself out’

‘I have no time for people that blame their problems on someone else; their parents, their school, the NHS or the state. Get a grip and sort yourself out’

‘I like to run. Running make me feel good. Overtaking men makes me feel better

‘I like to run. Running make me feel good. Overtaking men makes me feel better

Who is Katie Hopkins?

Katie Hopkins is a Sun columnist, broadcaster and a business woman.

As columnist for The Sun – Katie brings her unique take on the week’s news and shares her honest views. Katie does not conform to PC convention but champions the spirit of hard working Britain.

She is probably best known for her views on ITV regarding kids called Tyler. Katie’s thoughts on what we call our children went viral – attracting 12 million hits and sparking controversy worldwide: Watch Youtube clip

Across the media, Katie delivers a strong take on employment, business, mothers, lifestyle and politics. She is robust about the need for individuals to take accountability for their actions and to strive to succeed.

Katie is a quick wit and highly entertaining speaker. 'Katie is simply the funniest speaker we have ever had at conference.’ CIMA. She knows how to engage a room, can handle a tough crowd and tailors her material brilliantly to your audience.

A trained economist; graduate of Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, Intelligence Corps bursar and qualified marketer, Katie spent 15 years working for a Global Brand Consultancy in UK, Tokyo and USA leaving as MD, UK.

Katie runs a business consultancy transforming underperforming SMEs into profitable organisations with sustainable growth.