Right-wing Labour MP offended by fact that Tory policies linked to hundreds of thousands of deaths
Right-wing Labour MP has called for the removal of left-wing front-bencher Lloyd Russell-Moyle – because Moyle said the Tories have ‘conspired to murder and let die’ people.
The deaths of 150,000 or more people have been linked by studies to Tory austerity policies and those same policies were condemned by the UN as cruel, punitive and utterly unnecessary – in a report civil servants had to admit was accurate.
And analysis revealed his delay in imposing a UK lock-down has likely caused 60,000 needless deaths across the course of the pandemic.
The Tories also had to feign – but not actually perform – a u-turn on Johnson’s ‘herd immunity‘ policy after key scientific advisers ‘realised’ it would kill hundreds of thousands of people by allowing the virus to spread throughout the population.
But Neil Coyle thinks Lloyd Russell-Moyle’s ‘extreme language’ is the problem.
Strangely, the delicate Coyle – who was the subject of humiliating public complaints from local Labour members for his behaviour in the 2017 general election campaign – did not have a problem having a cosy meeting on the Commons terrace with a right-wing Labour activist suspended for tweets about the gang-rape and beheading of Labour MP Emily Thornberry:
In Neil Coyle’s fevered mind, perhaps not condemning the Tories for plans and policies to kill half a million or more people is ‘effective opposition’.
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