Until, that is, she became a Minister for Education.
Here's some rather amusing footage of her reasoned explanation for her change of mind.
In case you feel dirty watching Sky footage (and I'm with you), here's the transcript:
Minister for education Sarah Teather, who described the issue as "dear to my heart" in her maiden speech to the House of Commons, told Sky to "go away" when asked why she had changed her mind.
In response to the question "Can we ask why you changed your mind?" she replied: "No you can't."
She went on: "Because I'm on my way out," before adding: "Go away".Occupations and demonstrations going on all over the country. Follow them here. Teather's office has been occupied.
TV crew will be at The Hegemon at 6.30. Everybody's invited.
Emma Reynolds - The Hegemon's neighbouring MP speaks up for our embattled institution at Prime Minister's Questions - something Paul Uppal, within whose constituency we are, has utterly failed to do. Listen to her question and Cameron's disgraceful response here, around 17 minutes.