Shamed: Pictures of MPs Laughing in Food Bank Debate

Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Rachel Reeves was outraged at MPs laughing in the House when the topic of food banks were on the table. Outrage and hysteria levels are maxed out by Labour this morning:

Guido is shocked and appalled at how many MPs were opening laughing, jeering and giggling through the most serious thing ever to be discussed in this or any other Parliament. Here’s Reeves herself laughing away. Not once:

Not twice:

But three times:

Stephen Twigg found it all particularly funny, though was at least self-aware enough to try to hide his arrogant and belittling smirk behind his hand:

Permanently outraged Luciana Berger and Labour attack pup Jon Ashworth, who has been rather vocal about Tories’ behaviour in the debate, spent the afternoon chuckling together:

And look how much fun the usually sour-faced Shelia Gilmore was having:

Well it is nearly Christmas.




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