MPs Take on the Lobby on the Pitch

Yesterday saw the traditional Lobby vs MPs football showdown in a rainy Manchester. The sprightly Lobby team managed to pull ahead and secure a 4 goal victory with a final score of 4-2. Highlights included Brendan Clarke-Smith scoring a worldy for the MPs. After the game he said: “I hope I’m ahead of Maguire in World Cup squad”. Watch this space…

Meanwhile Ben Bradley booted a goal kick into someone’s head. Refreshing to see some point-scoring and foul play from politicos…

 

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Labour Activist GP’s Surgery Rated “Inadequate”, Placed in Special Measures

Co-conspirators may remember Dr Simon Taylor, the Labour activist GP who spent weeks chasing after Brendan Clarke-Smith, compared the NHS to a war zone, had to be escorted out of Parliament, and at one point administered CPR to a mannequin on a high street. Guido wondered how Taylor had the time for all these stunts, given he’s still a practising doctor. What about his patients?

While Taylor is busy resuscitating dummies in the name of the Labour Party, the Care Quality Commission has reviewed his surgery up in Lincolnshire. Bad news: it has been rated “inadequate” and placed into special measures for the next six months. According to the report, Caskgate Street Surgery failed to keep patients safe, and staff  “did not have the information they needed to deliver safe care and treatment”. One of the main problems is the surgery is “short-staffed”…

Brendan Clarke-Smith said last night:

“Perhaps if their doctors spent more time focusing on their job and less time campaigning for the Labour Party in Bassetlaw (and lying about NHS provision) then they wouldn’t have gained such a dreadful rating…”

Looks like Brendan’s diagnosed the problem…

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Brendan Clarke-Smith Crowdfunds for Re-Election Campaign

With 2024 looming and the Conservatives still lagging in the polls, Tory MPs are starting to get desperate – and Brendan Clarke-Smith, for one, is not going down without a fight. The Bassetlaw MP has launched a crowdfunding appeal to bolster his re-election bid. He’s so far raised a stonking… £388…

Brendan says the crowdfunder is necessary as voters haven’t yet woken up to the danger of Labour. He told the Express:

“If Labour win they will try to undo Brexit, force every town into adopting ULEZ charges, making working people, their families and their businesses poorer and trample over women’s rights in the name of those pushing extreme gender ideology. We can’t let that happen.”

Clarke-Smith claims his donor drive has already raised enough to cover one leaflet drop. That’ll do it.

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Tory MPs’ Retorts to Kangaroo Court’s Special Report

Conservative MPs have jumped on the publication of the kangaroo court’s supplementary report into a “co-ordinated campaign of interference” to slam the “petulance” of the Privileges Committee. The committee’s report accused MPs making (perfectly justified) criticisms of launching “an attack on the legitimacy of parliament itself”. It’s a bit of a leap…

The report, which named seven Tory MPs, including Nadine Dorries and Jacob Rees-Mogg as well as three Lords, was criticised by Mark Jenkinson for “gross overreach”. He then pointed out a mistake in the report, which referenced a tweet about the media – not the committee…

Brendan Clarke-Smith also spoke up, saying the report “raises serious questions about free speech in a democratic society”, before Michael Fabricant blasted the “paranoid” and “petulant” kangaroo court on Times Radio:

He added marsupial mastermind Bernard Jenkin should “explain himself” over lockdown parties

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Lee Anderson Feeding Brendan Clarke-Smith Beans Is More Popular Than Piers Morgan

Lee Anderson will be full of beans after his barnstorming debut on GB News last week. The Red Wall Rottweiler’s first show aired on Friday night, and attracted an average viewership of 59,300, peaking at 83,700. For those who may have had other plans on their Friday night, at one point Anderson spoon-fed Brendan Clarke Smith three varieties of baked beans in a blind taste test. Ending the week on a Heinz…

This is quite different for how the week started for Piers Morgan over on TalkTV. Last Monday, Piers Morgan Unwatched dropped to 12,000 viewers. Not great for Murdoch’s bean counters. No wonder they’re considering rolling out The Sun TV. Maybe they should have done that from the get-go. Heinzsight is 2020…

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Brendan Clarke-Smith Elected Chair of Blue Collar Conservatives

Former Education Minister Brendan Clarke-Smith has been elected as Chair of the Blue Collar Conservatives, replacing Red Wall Rottweiler Lee Anderson upon his appointment as the Party’s Deputy Chairman. He told the group’s WhatsApp chat this morning:

“I am hugely grateful to all those who yesterday elected me as the new Chairman of the Blue Collar Conservatives group. It’s a great honour for me as a ‘working class Conservative’ myself. A big thank you to our former Chairman Lee Anderson, who we are all delighted to now see championing our cause as Deputy Chairman of the party. A tough act to follow!

Our values are as important now as they have ever been and I’m really looking forward to taking on the challenge and making sure we are at the forefront of our offer to the British public. This starts by listening to the grassroots of our party and making this a priority.”

Expect to hear more from the group soon…

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