Brain lesion recovering well after removal of Katie Hopkins

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A small piece of brain tissue is said to be recovering well after the successful removal of Daily Mail columnist Katie Hopkins.

After what surgeons described as “an extremely complicated 12 hour procedure”, the lesion has been declared 100% Katie Hopkins free and is now expected to make a full recovery.

Surgeon Simon Williams explained, “This is one of the most interesting cases we’ve ever dealt with, and certainly the first successful removal of a Mail columnist the size of Katie Hopkins.

“Last year we had a haemorrhoid that wanted a Richard Littlejohn removed, but at the time we felt that the procedure was just too risky – but this surgery could not have gone any better.

“We have no idea what the long-term psychological effects are of being attached to that woman for so long, but right now the brain tissue is perfectly healthy.”

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A spokesperson for the lesion said they were hoping for privacy whilst it recovered.

They said, “Obviously we are delighted with the outcome, and can look forward to a life free of Katie Hopkins.

“There was a time when we thought we’d be with her until our dying day, but thanks to these incredible surgeons we have hope for a much brighter future, free from bigotry, hatred and cruelty.”

The hospital was asked what will happen to the Katie Hopkins that was successfully removed, with an administrator explaining,  “Like all biological waste, it’ll probably be incinerated.”