James Whale had some strong words for a barrister who gave evidence to the House of Commons dress code inquiry.
Harini Iyenger spoke to talkRADIO after the Women and Equalities Committee published a report which suggested that equality laws over dress codes weren't being enforced.
The inquiry follows an online petition from a woman called Nicola Thorpe, who was sent home by her employer for not wearing high heels. It made a number of recommendations after hearing evidence from barristers and testimony from women at work.
James had little time for Iyenger's comments, saying: "If you don’t like my dress code, don’t work on my show."
However Iyenger defended the report by saying dress codes target "vulnerable" people.
She said: “If you read the report, most people can’t say no. That’s why there’s a problem.
"Most people being made to comply with onerous dress codes unrelated to the work tasks are vulnerable. That’s been highlighted in this report."