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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

The vulgarity of New Labour

Just after PMQs today the Government moved the writ for a by-election in Crewe and Nantwich. This election is caused by the death of Gwyneth Dunwoody, the fiesty Labour MP who was a long-serving proponent of traditional socialist values. Because of the undue haste in pushing this election through (the funeral hasn't yet been held) some members rightly felt this was unfortunate. Nicholas Winterton (Conservative MP for Macclesfield) and Simon Hughes, for the Liberal Democrats, both voiced sadness at this move. When Ann Winterton (Conservative MP for Congleton and wife of Nicholas) spoke, she was interrupted by John Spellar. When Spellar eventually rose, it was to speak in the typically vulgar tones associated with his side of the house.

I noticed Geoff Hoon, the Chief Whip, looking decidedly uncomfortable, and the words from Harriet Harman bordered on the humbug. They could have waited a week, at least. It just goes to show what a shower these rather nauseating people are. I can't wait to see them gone.

As for the local elections tomorrow, don't vote Labour, please. They just don't deserve it.


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