Sky News ‘forgets’ to mention MPs who voted to keep poor children hungry were Tories. Here is a list of them all

Appalling media bias once more on show as cruel Tories again vote to take food from the mouths of poor children

Sky News omitted to mention an important fact during its coverage of the disgrace in Parliament this evening as Boris Johnson whipped his MPs to vote against a plan to provide free, hot meals for the nation’s poorest children.

Sky tweeted the result, but neglected to mention that the MPs who had voted to keep poor children hungry during school holidays were Tory MPs – and was quickly pulled up by left-wing Labour MP Jon Trickett:

322 Tory MPs were either too callous or too weak to ignore Johnson’s instruction, instead voting – again – to take food out of the mouths of the nation’s most desperately poor kids. A few Tories abstained, but only a handful had the spine and humanity to rebel and vote for the motion to extend free meals in holidays through to next spring.

The five Tory MPs who rebelled

Almost a million and a half children suffer ‘food insecurity’ during school holidays and teachers report that many are too hungry to learn even during term time, with well over 4 million children living in poverty.

Labour’s Angela Rayner was accused earlier today of calling a Tory MP ‘scum’. Based on today’s scandal, at least 322 of them merit that description.

Below are all of them:

Nigel Adams (Conservative – Selby and Ainsty)
Bim Afolami (Conservative – Hitchin and Harpenden)
Adam Afriyie (Conservative – Windsor)
Imran Ahmad Khan (Conservative – Wakefield)
Nickie Aiken (Conservative – Cities of London and Westminster) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Peter Aldous (Conservative – Waveney)
Lucy Allan (Conservative – Telford)
David Amess (Conservative – Southend West)
Lee Anderson (Conservative – Ashfield)
Stuart Anderson (Conservative – Wolverhampton South West)
Stuart Andrew (Conservative – Pudsey)
Edward Argar (Conservative – Charnwood)
Sarah Atherton (Conservative – Wrexham)
Victoria Atkins (Conservative – Louth and Horncastle)
Gareth Bacon (Conservative – Orpington)
Richard Bacon (Conservative – South Norfolk) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Kemi Badenoch (Conservative – Saffron Walden)
Shaun Bailey (Conservative – West Bromwich West)
Duncan Baker (Conservative – North Norfolk)
Steve Baker (Conservative – Wycombe)
Harriett Baldwin (Conservative – West Worcestershire)
Steve Barclay (Conservative – North East Cambridgeshire)
Simon Baynes (Conservative – Clwyd South)
Aaron Bell (Conservative – Newcastle-under-Lyme)
Scott Benton (Conservative – Blackpool South)
Paul Beresford (Conservative – Mole Valley) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Jake Berry (Conservative – Rossendale and Darwen) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Saqib Bhatti (Conservative – Meriden)
Bob Blackman (Conservative – Harrow East) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Crispin Blunt (Conservative – Reigate) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Peter Bone (Conservative – Wellingborough) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Peter Bottomley (Conservative – Worthing West)
Andrew Bowie (Conservative – West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine)
Ben Bradley (Conservative – Mansfield) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Karen Bradley (Conservative – Staffordshire Moorlands)
Graham Brady (Conservative – Altrincham and Sale West)
Suella Braverman (Conservative – Fareham)
Jack Brereton (Conservative – Stoke-on-Trent South)
Andrew Bridgen (Conservative – North West Leicestershire) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Steve Brine (Conservative – Winchester)
Paul Bristow (Conservative – Peterborough)
Sara Britcliffe (Conservative – Hyndburn)
James Brokenshire (Conservative – Old Bexley and Sidcup)
Anthony Browne (Conservative – South Cambridgeshire)
Fiona Bruce (Conservative – Congleton)
Felicity Buchan (Conservative – Kensington)
Robert Buckland (Conservative – South Swindon)
Alex Burghart (Conservative – Brentwood and Ongar)
Conor Burns (Conservative – Bournemouth West) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Rob Butler (Conservative – Aylesbury)
Alun Cairns (Conservative – Vale of Glamorgan)
Andy Carter (Conservative – Warrington South)
James Cartlidge (Conservative – South Suffolk)
William Cash (Conservative – Stone) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Miriam Cates (Conservative – Penistone and Stocksbridge)
Maria Caulfield (Conservative – Lewes)
Alex Chalk (Conservative – Cheltenham)
Rehman Chishti (Conservative – Gillingham and Rainham)
Jo Churchill (Conservative – Bury St Edmunds)
Greg Clark (Conservative – Tunbridge Wells)
Simon Clarke (Conservative – Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Theo Clarke (Conservative – Stafford)
Brendan Clarke-Smith (Conservative – Bassetlaw)
Chris Clarkson (Conservative – Heywood and Middleton)
James Cleverly (Conservative – Braintree)
Thérèse Coffey (Conservative – Suffolk Coastal)
Damian Collins (Conservative – Folkestone and Hythe) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Alberto Costa (Conservative – South Leicestershire) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Robert Courts (Conservative – Witney)
Claire Coutinho (Conservative – East Surrey)
Geoffrey Cox (Conservative – Torridge and West Devon) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Virginia Crosbie (Conservative – Ynys Môn)
James Daly (Conservative – Bury North)
David T C Davies (Conservative – Monmouth)
James Davies (Conservative – Vale of Clwyd)
Gareth Davies (Conservative – Grantham and Stamford)
Mims Davies (Conservative – Mid Sussex) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Philip Davies (Conservative – Shipley)
David Davis (Conservative – Haltemprice and Howden) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Dehenna Davison (Conservative – Bishop Auckland)
Caroline Dinenage (Conservative – Gosport) (Proxy vote cast by Caroline Nokes)
Sarah Dines (Conservative – Derbyshire Dales)
Jonathan Djanogly (Conservative – Huntingdon)
Michelle Donelan (Conservative – Chippenham)
Nadine Dorries (Conservative – Mid Bedfordshire) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Steve Double (Conservative – St Austell and Newquay) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Oliver Dowden (Conservative – Hertsmere)
Jackie Doyle-Price (Conservative – Thurrock)
Richard Drax (Conservative – South Dorset)
Flick Drummond (Conservative – Meon Valley)
David Duguid (Conservative – Banff and Buchan)
Iain Duncan Smith (Conservative – Chingford and Woodford Green)
Mark Eastwood (Conservative – Dewsbury)
Ruth Edwards (Conservative – Rushcliffe) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Michael Ellis (Conservative – Northampton North)
Tobias Ellwood (Conservative – Bournemouth East)
Natalie Elphicke (Conservative – Dover) (Proxy vote cast by Maria Caulfield)
George Eustice (Conservative – Camborne and Redruth)
Luke Evans (Conservative – Bosworth) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
David Evennett (Conservative – Bexleyheath and Crayford) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Ben Everitt (Conservative – Milton Keynes North)
Michael Fabricant (Conservative – Lichfield) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Laura Farris (Conservative – Newbury)
Simon Fell (Conservative – Barrow and Furness)
Katherine Fletcher (Conservative – South Ribble)
Mark Fletcher (Conservative – Bolsover)
Nick Fletcher (Conservative – Don Valley)
Vicky Ford (Conservative – Chelmsford)
Kevin Foster (Conservative – Torbay)
Mark Francois (Conservative – Rayleigh and Wickford) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Lucy Frazer (Conservative – South East Cambridgeshire)
George Freeman (Conservative – Mid Norfolk) (Proxy vote cast by Bim Afolami)
Mike Freer (Conservative – Finchley and Golders Green)
Richard Fuller (Conservative – North East Bedfordshire)
Marcus Fysh (Conservative – Yeovil) (Proxy vote cast by Craig Mackinlay)
Mark Garnier (Conservative – Wyre Forest)
Nusrat Ghani (Conservative – Wealden) (Proxy vote cast by Steve Baker)
Nick Gibb (Conservative – Bognor Regis and Littlehampton)
Peter Gibson (Conservative – Darlington)
Jo Gideon (Conservative – Stoke-on-Trent Central)
Cheryl Gillan (Conservative – Chesham and Amersham) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
John Glen (Conservative – Salisbury)
Robert Goodwill (Conservative – Scarborough and Whitby)
Michael Gove (Conservative – Surrey Heath)
Richard Graham (Conservative – Gloucester)
Helen Grant (Conservative – Maidstone and The Weald) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
James Gray (Conservative – North Wiltshire)
Chris Grayling (Conservative – Epsom and Ewell)
Chris Green (Conservative – Bolton West)
Damian Green (Conservative – Ashford)
Andrew Griffith (Conservative – Arundel and South Downs)
Kate Griffiths (Conservative – Burton)
James Grundy (Conservative – Leigh)
Jonathan Gullis (Conservative – Stoke-on-Trent North)
Luke Hall (Conservative – Thornbury and Yate)
Stephen Hammond (Conservative – Wimbledon)
Matt Hancock (Conservative – West Suffolk)
Greg Hands (Conservative – Chelsea and Fulham)
Mark Harper (Conservative – Forest of Dean)
Rebecca Harris (Conservative – Castle Point)
Trudy Harrison (Conservative – Copeland)
Sally-Ann Hart (Conservative – Hastings and Rye)
Simon Hart (Conservative – Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire)
John Hayes (Conservative – South Holland and The Deepings)
Oliver Heald (Conservative – North East Hertfordshire) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Chris Heaton-Harris (Conservative – Daventry)
Gordon Henderson (Conservative – Sittingbourne and Sheppey)
Darren Henry (Conservative – Broxtowe)
Antony Higginbotham (Conservative – Burnley)
Damian Hinds (Conservative – East Hampshire)
Kevin Hollinrake (Conservative – Thirsk and Malton)
Philip Hollobone (Conservative – Kettering)
Adam Holloway (Conservative – Gravesham) (Proxy vote cast by Maria Caulfield)
Paul Holmes (Conservative – Eastleigh)
John Howell (Conservative – Henley)
Paul Howell (Conservative – Sedgefield)
Nigel Huddleston (Conservative – Mid Worcestershire)
Eddie Hughes (Conservative – Walsall North)
Jane Hunt (Conservative – Loughborough)
Jeremy Hunt (Conservative – South West Surrey)
Tom Hunt (Conservative – Ipswich)
Alister Jack (Conservative – Dumfries and Galloway)
Sajid Javid (Conservative – Bromsgrove)
Ranil Jayawardena (Conservative – North East Hampshire) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Mark Jenkinson (Conservative – Workington)
Andrea Jenkyns (Conservative – Morley and Outwood)
Robert Jenrick (Conservative – Newark)
Boris Johnson (Conservative – Uxbridge and South Ruislip)
Caroline Johnson (Conservative – Sleaford and North Hykeham) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Gareth Johnson (Conservative – Dartford)
David Johnston (Conservative – Wantage)
Andrew Jones (Conservative – Harrogate and Knaresborough)
Fay Jones (Conservative – Brecon and Radnorshire)
David Jones (Conservative – Clwyd West)
Marcus Jones (Conservative – Nuneaton)
Simon Jupp (Conservative – East Devon) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Daniel Kawczynski (Conservative – Shrewsbury and Atcham)
Alicia Kearns (Conservative – Rutland and Melton) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Gillian Keegan (Conservative – Chichester)
Julian Knight (Conservative – Solihull) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Greg Knight (Conservative – East Yorkshire) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Danny Kruger (Conservative – Devizes)
Kwasi Kwarteng (Conservative – Spelthorne)
John Lamont (Conservative – Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Robert Largan (Conservative – High Peak)
Andrea Leadsom (Conservative – South Northamptonshire)
Edward Leigh (Conservative – Gainsborough)
Ian Levy (Conservative – Blyth Valley) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Andrew Lewer (Conservative – Northampton South)
Brandon Lewis (Conservative – Great Yarmouth)
Julian Lewis (Independent – New Forest East)
Ian Liddell-Grainger (Conservative – Bridgwater and West Somerset) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Chris Loder (Conservative – West Dorset)
Mark Logan (Conservative – Bolton North East)
Marco Longhi (Conservative – Dudley North) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Julia Lopez (Conservative – Hornchurch and Upminster)
Jack Lopresti (Conservative – Filton and Bradley Stoke)
Jonathan Lord (Conservative – Woking) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Craig Mackinlay (Conservative – South Thanet)
Cherilyn Mackrory (Conservative – Truro and Falmouth)
Rachel Maclean (Conservative – Redditch)
Alan Mak (Conservative – Havant)
Kit Malthouse (Conservative – North West Hampshire)
Anthony Mangnall (Conservative – Totnes)
Scott Mann (Conservative – North Cornwall)
Julie Marson (Conservative – Hertford and Stortford)
Theresa May (Conservative – Maidenhead)
Jerome Mayhew (Conservative – Broadland)
Karl McCartney (Conservative – Lincoln) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Mark Menzies (Conservative – Fylde) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Johnny Mercer (Conservative – Plymouth, Moor View)
Huw Merriman (Conservative – Bexhill and Battle)
Stephen Metcalfe (Conservative – South Basildon and East Thurrock) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Robin Millar (Conservative – Aberconwy)
Maria Miller (Conservative – Basingstoke)
Amanda Milling (Conservative – Cannock Chase)
Nigel Mills (Conservative – Amber Valley) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Andrew Mitchell (Conservative – Sutton Coldfield)
Gagan Mohindra (Conservative – South West Hertfordshire)
Robbie Moore (Conservative – Keighley)
Penny Mordaunt (Conservative – Portsmouth North)
David Morris (Conservative – Morecambe and Lunesdale) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
James Morris (Conservative – Halesowen and Rowley Regis)
Wendy Morton (Conservative – Aldridge-Brownhills)
Kieran Mullan (Conservative – Crewe and Nantwich)
David Mundell (Conservative – Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale)
Sheryll Murray (Conservative – South East Cornwall)
Andrew Murrison (Conservative – South West Wiltshire)
Robert Neill (Conservative – Bromley and Chislehurst)
Caroline Nokes (Conservative – Romsey and Southampton North)
Jesse Norman (Conservative – Hereford and South Herefordshire)
Neil O’Brien (Conservative – Harborough)
Guy Opperman (Conservative – Hexham) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Owen Paterson (Conservative – North Shropshire) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Mark Pawsey (Conservative – Rugby)
Mike Penning (Conservative – Hemel Hempstead) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
John Penrose (Conservative – Weston-super-Mare)
Chris Philp (Conservative – Croydon South)
Christopher Pincher (Conservative – Tamworth)
Rebecca Pow (Conservative – Taunton Deane)
Victoria Prentis (Conservative – Banbury)
Mark Pritchard (Conservative – The Wrekin)
Jeremy Quin (Conservative – Horsham)
Will Quince (Conservative – Colchester)
Tom Randall (Conservative – Gedling)
John Redwood (Conservative – Wokingham)
Jacob Rees-Mogg (Conservative – North East Somerset)
Nicola Richards (Conservative – West Bromwich East)
Angela Richardson (Conservative – Guildford)
Rob Roberts (Conservative – Delyn)
Laurence Robertson (Conservative – Tewkesbury)
Mary Robinson (Conservative – Cheadle)
Andrew Rosindell (Conservative – Romford)
Lee Rowley (Conservative – North East Derbyshire)
Dean Russell (Conservative – Watford)
David Rutley (Conservative – Macclesfield)
Gary Sambrook (Conservative – Birmingham, Northfield)
Selaine Saxby (Conservative – North Devon) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Paul Scully (Conservative – Sutton and Cheam)
Bob Seely (Conservative – Isle of Wight)
Andrew Selous (Conservative – South West Bedfordshire)
Grant Shapps (Conservative – Welwyn Hatfield)
Alok Sharma (Conservative – Reading West)
Alec Shelbrooke (Conservative – Elmet and Rothwell)
David Simmonds (Conservative – Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner)
Chris Skidmore (Conservative – Kingswood)
Chloe Smith (Conservative – Norwich North) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Greg Smith (Conservative – Buckingham)
Henry Smith (Conservative – Crawley) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Julian Smith (Conservative – Skipton and Ripon)
Amanda Solloway (Conservative – Derby North)
Ben Spencer (Conservative – Runnymede and Weybridge)
Mark Spencer (Conservative – Sherwood)
Alexander Stafford (Conservative – Rother Valley)
Andrew Stephenson (Conservative – Pendle)
Jane Stevenson (Conservative – Wolverhampton North East)
John Stevenson (Conservative – Carlisle)
Bob Stewart (Conservative – Beckenham)
Iain Stewart (Conservative – Milton Keynes South)
Gary Streeter (Conservative – South West Devon) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Mel Stride (Conservative – Central Devon) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Rishi Sunak (Conservative – Richmond (Yorks))
James Sunderland (Conservative – Bracknell)
Desmond Swayne (Conservative – New Forest West)
Robert Syms (Conservative – Poole)
Derek Thomas (Conservative – St Ives)
Maggie Throup (Conservative – Erewash)
Edward Timpson (Conservative – Eddisbury) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Kelly Tolhurst (Conservative – Rochester and Strood)
Justin Tomlinson (Conservative – North Swindon)
Michael Tomlinson (Conservative – Mid Dorset and North Poole)
Craig Tracey (Conservative – North Warwickshire)
Anne-Marie Trevelyan (Conservative – Berwick-upon-Tweed)
Laura Trott (Conservative – Sevenoaks)
Tom Tugendhat (Conservative – Tonbridge and Malling)
Martin Vickers (Conservative – Cleethorpes)
Matt Vickers (Conservative – Stockton South)
Theresa Villiers (Conservative – Chipping Barnet)
Robin Walker (Conservative – Worcester)
Charles Walker (Conservative – Broxbourne)
Jamie Wallis (Conservative – Bridgend) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
David Warburton (Conservative – Somerton and Frome) (Proxy vote cast by Stuart Andrew)
Matt Warman (Conservative – Boston and Skegness)
Giles Watling (Conservative – Clacton)
Suzanne Webb (Conservative – Stourbridge)
Helen Whately (Conservative – Faversham and Mid Kent)
Heather Wheeler (Conservative – South Derbyshire)
Craig Whittaker (Conservative – Calder Valley)
John Whittingdale (Conservative – Maldon)
Bill Wiggin (Conservative – North Herefordshire)
James Wild (Conservative – North West Norfolk)
Craig Williams (Conservative – Montgomeryshire)
Gavin Williamson (Conservative – South Staffordshire)
Mike Wood (Conservative – Dudley South)
William Wragg (Conservative – Hazel Grove)
Jeremy Wright (Conservative – Kenilworth and Southam)
Jacob Young (Conservative – Redcar)
Nadhim Zahawi (Conservative – Stratford-on-Avon)

All Tories. Yet Sky simply called them ‘MPs’. Shame on the whole disgraceful lot of them.

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  1. There’s an awful lot of Tory MPs on there who won the Labour red wall constituencies last year

    1. The ‘red wall’ as applied to seats in the NE is a myth, no true Labour voter would ever vote Tory.

      If any area could be described as a red wall it is Liverpool.

      1. Asupposed ‘Myth’ that strangely enough was based on the entirely non-mythical multi generations long formerly rock solid Labour seats across the NE, moron troll. Jack T. Unfortunately ten years of the still-very numerous Labour-run councils across the NE supinely carrying out the Tory Austerity programme, and Labour’s gross betrayal of the 2017 promise to ‘respect the result of the EU Referendum’, destroyed that deeply ingrained trust of habitual Labour voters that Labour was ‘their Party’-. So , yes, a lot of lifelong Labour voters then abstained or protest-voted Tory in 2019 – but don’t dismiss their experience-based anger with Labour with your fact-free garbage about the old NE ‘Red Wall ‘ or ‘Labour Heartland’ being a myth, Jack T. Get back to your current usual hobby horses of covid19 denial, and crazed obsessions with ‘Zionists’ ,, and give us all another laugh ! Denying reality seems to be your thing, Jack. Seek medical help.

      2. jpenney, as a Zionist, your determination to try and discredit anyone such as myself who opposes Zionism is obvious, even to the extent of printing lies about them. I have never ever downplayed the danger of Covid, indeed I have questioned the evidence of those who have done.

        So jpenney, as you are someone who has denigrated the Labour Party, even when Jeremy Corbyn was Leader because of his criticisms of the racist State of Israel, take your Zionist bile and shove it.

  2. It’s not the Conservatives or Parliament’s own personal money. That money comes from taxes British people paid.
    Do the people want to let poor British children starve?

  3. I hope those who voted for these Tories especially former Labour voters in so called Red Wall seats are proud of themselves. How any MP with an iota of decency can justify voting against free meals for hungry children in 21st century Britain is beyond me. Shame on them all and their supporters.

  4. Have the Red Wall voters who switched to voting Tory worked out yet that they f—ed up big time, or are they still in denial.

    1. In the same way you’re in denial of your complicity in the matter by approving of stammer’s shithousery in disregarding multiple warning of the consequences of reneging on the referendum policy and denying people their choice, but going ahead anyway?

      A bit like he’s been doing with his ‘whipping’ in parliamentary votes recently? Y’know? Sacking people for not abstaining on a one line whip on an a policy that’s abhorrent and would allow greater state surveillance, and physical harm to go unpunished?

      YOU are every bit as responsible for this as the people you drove to vote ‘rag.

  5. Psychopathic cunts, the whole lot of them!

    The truly evil are those people that voted tory in the last election!

    Everyday I wish Guy Fawkes had been successful and wish that there would be a modern day equivalent (preferably with mr and mrs lizzie windsor present)!

  6. Naturally they are all in for a massive pay rise along with the knights misfits and Her majestic humongous God save the queen parasites.ITs increasingly becoming a Dickensian Novel of greed and criminality , “The House of parliament and Buckingham palace…..!The cakest majority always wins whilst the working class stumble on..

  7. 322 scumbags of the highest order. The lowest of the low. They’ll be telling the youngsters to eat cake next.

    1. They can have their cake and eat it when that chimneys been swept clean and not a moment before

    2. No chance. They are overcome with concern about youth obesity, remember. Bastards! I have no words for Max and the adstainers. All those words in the OED The Bible but nothing truly describes these civil servants. We employ them, we should be able to sack them. The coups started so now begins the culling. ☮️

  8. No doubt many are the same ones who voted down the nurses pay rise in 2017 (14?) then stood up and clapped and cheered when the result of the vote was announced by the speaker. (No doubt they also popped out of their front doors every Thursday evening to clap for the NHS earlier in the year.) Tories are Tories. They can be relied upon to shit on the working class. And sadly the English working class can be relied upon to say thank you and to vote them back in again and again. So, sadly, Scotland has to split off from Tory addicted England and make its own way. And for a significant and growing majority of Scottish people now this day cannot come soon enough.

  9. Dummkopf-Schmitt, claimed £39 for his breakfast

    Wanted to spend a maximum of SEVEN PENCE on every school breakfast.

    Which makes his breakfast the equivalent of 557 kids’ – or about two whole primary schools’ worth.

    Now he thinks they shouldn’t get anything.

    Still enjoys heavily subsidised meals in the commons eateries, and heavily subsidised fine ales & wines in the commons’ bars on his paltry commons salary and trifling ‘consultancy’ positions that pay £££hundreds per hour.

    But someone’s got to pay for his breakfast.

    And they have their “joke” that socialists are “Good with other people’s money”

    Well, maybe if they actually stopped hoarding and secreting away the dosh they pilfer and went out and spent some of it… On things that aren’t subsidised to the hilt; there might be a bit more moolah sloshing around the economy…

    1. I thought that I had got way past being shocked by this excuse for a human being’s behaviour, but I was wrong. Taxpayers pay £39 for a bloody breakfast for him, he wants to feed children on 7p, now doesn’t want to feed them at all. And if my memory serves me well, let’s not forget this **** said he could live on £53 a week, the then unemployment benefit. Tory Voters of Chingford & Woodford Green hold your bloody heads in shame.

      1. Tory Voters of Chingford & Woodford Green hold your bloody heads in shame.

        They’ve always had a strong propensity to vote for the extreme right of the ‘rag party; they’ve generally voted for those who think nothing of the suffering of their fellow countrymen so the MPs themselves can live high on the hog. The seat’s been held by churchill and tebbit in the past; now dummkopf-schmitt.

        The only positive thing is that the constituents are slowly but surely learning,; dummkopf-schmitt’s majority has gradually come down from the tens of thousands to just over 1200 at the last election IIRC.

        But the damage has been, and is still being done by the fraud. I’d say this is his ‘scorched earth’ policy because it looks like he’ll be out next time around, but he’s always been a cnut.

  10. Christ!

    For £39 you could get everything on the members tea room breakfast menu and probably get change from it.

    Dafuq did dummkopf get through to have spent that much?

  11. I notice Mark Francois voted by proxy. Why was that? Francois not coming into Parliament, can’t connect to Zoom? Why so shy? Anyone would think he was hiding or on bail.

    1. Yes very quiet indeed. Which is all to the good of course, but was it perhaps embarrassment about his letter to Barnier? No, they don’t do embarrassment do they. Ah, I’ll bet he’s out on manoeuvres with the TA catering corps in preparation for when the army has to be brought in to feed England on turnips.

      1. And if and when things start picking up for Welsh transport, the sharks wil be circling again.

  12. quelle surprise, it’s what tories have done, continue to do and plan to do more in the future. ‘the people’ voted, or more likely didn’t, for every suffering they will whine about but will nevertheless repeat. they walk on post empire cinders waving flags and singing the anthem – brave and proud.

  13. Thanks for the link rob – first food-related piece I ever read all the way through.
    Admirable young woman.
    If I was the stalker type she’d be my first choice, which I’m confident she’d be pleased to read…

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