UWE Tories condemn ‘violent protesters’. No mention of supporter who hit woman in face twice

University of Western England Conservative Society has issued a statement on events last night during Jacob Rees-Mogg’s appearance, which has been published on the Facebook page of its vice-president.

In spite of the presence of cameramen and multiple people filming on mobile phones, there has so far been no video evidence showing any violence by the protesters, but the statement condemns ‘violent protesters’ – twice:

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Conspicuous by its absence is any condemnation of the Rees-Mogg supporter who was filmed from multiple angles striking a female protester in the face twice.

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  1. It would appear from his failure to condemn the assualt of a young women by a Jacob Rees-Mogg supporter that William Bates the VP of UWE Conservative Party is effectively condoning violence against young women by Conservative supporters.

    Mr Bates must condemn this assault by the Jacob Rees-Mogg supporter to make it explicitly clear he does not condone violence against women, as currently it would appear that he does.

  2. Skwarkbox, have you emailed UWE with the evidence, asking for a response ?

  3. The J.R. Mog supporter who attacked a female protester at a meeting should be prosecuted for assault. It should not be difficult to discover his identity as there were many witnesses present, and ample filmed evidence.

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