Loose Women stars in furious clash over Shamima Begum as Carol rages 'what are you doing?'



Loose Women stars Carol McGiffin and Nadia Sawalha clashed today over Shamima Begum's new podcast with the BBC.

Shamima Begum said her ISIS days were over in a new BBC podcast. She came to be known after having infamously disappeared from London in 2015 with school friends Kadiza Sultana and Amira Abase to support the Islamic militant group.

As the Loose Women panellists discussed Shamima's podcast on their show today, Carol insisted she didn't want to hear what Shamima had to say as she clashed with fellow panellists - Nadia Sawalha, Charlene White and Judi Love.

Carol and Nadia clashed
Carol and Nadia clashed ( ITV)

Carol began to speak, saying: "I think the majority of people -" before Charlene spoke to add: "Should we not know -"

"No no no, why her?" Carol fumed as she shouted over her colleagues before Nadia then went on to add as the audience listened: "Because she has an incredible amount of information. If we want to stop -"

Carol quickly fumed: "What are you doing? Sitting here making excuses for her? I'm sorry, the decision has been made. She's not here and she's not allowed to come back. I don't want to hear what she's got to say."

She didn't hold back with her comments.
She didn't hold back with her comments. ( ITV)

"I hear that, and I know a lot of people feel that way. What do you think about the idea - if she was radicalised, that we were able to get more information and maybe stop the amount of radicalisation, wouldn't that be a useful thing for this country?" Nadia said.

In 2019, Begum was found in a refugee camp, but the UK - she was born in London - withdrew her citizenship and banned her from entering. Begum is challenging the decision and insists she no longer supports the group.

The panel were discussing Shamima's podcast
The panel were discussing Shamima's podcast ( ITV)

" We went to Isis, that was it. It was over, it was over and done with," she said in the podcast, "This is, I feel, worse than a prison I think it's because at least with prison sentences you know that there will be an end but here you don't know if there's going to be an end."

After her story was made public, it caused a debate among some over whether she should be allowed back into the country.

"I don't think it's actually towards me. I think it's towards Isis," she shared When they think of Isis they think of me because I've been put on the media so much but what was there to obsess over?"

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