I did. You said you had no problem with her promoting RL, regardless of her political views. I don't think we can or should disregard the views of people who associate themselves with RL. If we are somehow seen to be sympathetic to anyone with extreme views then we will lose more in the long run. Moreover, its not an accurate reflection of RL so why risk tainting RL by associating with such people? It will end in tears
You said that I would be happy to see Nick Griffin sponsoring Super League, so I could hardly fail to respond to that assertion.
Again, with regard to Ms Le Pen or someone else with extreme views, the key points are whether she has an official role, or whether she is speaking as a supporter of the game, and what message she is giving out.
Last year I had dinner with George Galloway prior to the Bulls' Good Friday game against Leeds.
I was happy to do so, because Galloway, who had just been elected to Parliament, was there to support the Bulls' fundraising effort.
But I wouldn't be too keen to see him joining the Bradford board of directors.