Labour’s grubby candidate for Hendon, the slime-ball former MP Andrew Dismore, has declared vote Labour, or more people will die:
“The graph below shows what has happened to suicide rates in the UK since the Coalition came to power. It was falling during the last two years of Labour government, but almost immediately the Conservatives and LibDem took over the rate began to rise.
The above graph shows that the number of suicides in the UK grew significantly following the introduction of the austerity policies of the Conservative-LibDem coalition. (Source ONS).”
Dismore concludes and long winded and poorly judged rant on his website with this corker:
“I believe that Labour’s economic beliefs are different from the Conservatives in that our approach is based on Judeo-Christian ethics which involve compassion and concern for the under-privileged and the common good.”
Such concern for the common good did not stop the expenses thief claiming on his expenses for a building used to house a homoeopathy clinic run by his girlfriend. Nor making up mileage claims that led the Commons watchdog to tell him to stand down back in 2009:
“Mr Dismore claimed for 5,360 miles — the equivalent of 487 journeys between Parliament and his constituency home 11 miles away in Burnt Oak. During that year the Commons sat for 145 days. Since 2001, the MP, who has consistently opposed reforms to the MPs’ expenses system, has claimed more than £30,000 in travel allowances — far more than his neighbouring MPs.”
Guido will be adding himself to those statistics with glass of whisky and a revolver, if this lying smearing crook is re-elected.