Mystery Troll Hijacks Twitter Accounts to Harass Sam Tarry’s Opponents

It’s only two weeks until #PositiveTwitterDay on Friday, August 27, so this tale of trolling Twitter accounts HatfieldHandball and EnfieldVoice is timely. They were originally created to advertise the now-failed Hatfield Handball club, yet are now being used to troll Ilford South MP Sam Tarry’s political enemies. Guido wonders if keen handball player Ben Maloney – who happens to work as Sam Tarry’s Chief of Staff – might know who is behind these anonymous accounts… 

In 2021 the HatfieldHandball account accused Sam Tarry’s opponent, in the Ilford South selection, Jas Athwal, of corruption:

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Sam Tarry Blames Controversial Event Pull-Out on Supposedly Non-Existent Flooding

Labour MP Sam Tarry – who was nowhere to be seen after the devastating flooding hit his Ilford South constituency on Sunday – has gone missing again after failing to appear at the online launch of the Redbridge Palestinian Solidarity Campaign yesterday evening. After a sizable amount of consternation upon his event appearance being announced…

Tarry was set to appear alongside Jewish Voice for Labour member Diana Nelson – one of eight activists who lost a High Court claims against Labour – however abruptly pulled out of the event hours before it was due to start. Ben Jamal, the director of the Palestinian Solidarity Campaign, had to serve as a last-minute replacement.

According to Jewish News, a spokesperson for Tarry claimed he had pulled out due to “recent flooding in his constituency”. This explanation raises more questions than it answers, not least because – presumably – the same Tarry spokesperson told Guido yesterday his constituency “didn’t suffer flooding like elsewhere in Redbridge, or in neighbouring Barking and Dagenham.” A claim that didn’t ring true at the time given Guido had been sent videos of terrible flooding within Ilford South…

Guido suspects the real reason Tarry pulled out of this controversial event so suddenly was more down to an angry intervention by LOTO. Presumably after a flood of angry messages to Sir Keir…

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Where Was Sam Tarry?

London’s flooding last night hit the North particularly badly, not least in Ilford where local MP Wes Streeting and council leader Jas Athwal were out helping residents in the worst affected homes. Fresh off the heels of quelling local ‘rainbow dildo butt monkey’ anger…

Some Labour sources were quite irked at one notable no-show: Sam Tarry, MP for Ilford South. Unlike Ilford North residents who saw their MP out and about last night, all Tarry’s voters got was a quote tweet. Constituents on Facebook have had no update. Given Tarry’s shadow transport spokesperson role, co-conspirators may even have presumed the TfL chaos might have warranted a comment.

Some locals begged the question, therefore, where was Sam last night? Could it have been he was, in fact, staying in his £600,000 three-bedroom Brighton houseAdmittedly his family home may not be the best venue to avoid being in deep water

UPDATE: Tarry’s office has emailed in to claim the briefings to Guido were “completely inaccurate” and the MP did do a tour of the constituency “immediately after the torrential rain yesterday”. Very unlike Tarry not to splash his visit across social media…

The office also claims Ilford South “didn’t suffer flooding like elsewhere in Redbridge”, which is peculiar given the below scenes on Cranbrook Road yesterday – firmly within Tarry’s constituency:

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Those “Baseless Rumours” About Angela Rayner

Starmer’s sacked PPS Carolyn Harris – even according to allies of Starmer – was “a bit of a liability”, so it is no surprise she has had to go. Or as a statement released by Starmer’s office to The Times put it, Harris said she was “stepping back from this role”, after she was asked to justify what The Times delicately described as “baseless rumours” she was said to be spreading about Angela Rayner. Guido’s not convinced the rumours are baseless.

Last October The Sun reported Angela Rayner had grown close to her Momentum backing leadership campaign manager Sam Tarry, under the headline “Labour deputy Angela Rayner strikes up close friendship with married MP after split from husband”. The Sun euphemistically said “Angela Rayner has struck up a close friendship” with Sam Tarry. In return Rayner helped Tarry win the Ilford South seat, going out of her way to campaign for him to successfully get into parliament during the 2019 general election:

Soon after Rayner gave the newly-elected Tarry a position which would mean he would work with her as “the Deputy Leader’s Parliamentary Lead on Campaigns & Organisation.” Carolyn Harris saw this as a dangerous opportunity for a Momentum hardliner to organise within the PLP and help rig candidate selections for the left. Negative briefing from Carolyn Harris about Angela Rayner and Sam Tarry therefore combined the personal and the political. 

When The Sun asked if Rayner and Tarry were having an intimate relationship, they got the reply “Any suggestion that she has made any appointment based upon anything other than professional merit, experience and ability will be considered highly defamatory.” Which is of course a denial that she gave his a career leg-up, not that he got a leg-over…

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Corbynista MP Broke Commons Rules Failing to Declare Momentum Directorship

Just one month after Claudia Webbe was admonished by the standards committee, fellow loony left MP Sam Tarry has also been reprimanded after failing to declare his role in two far-left organisations: Momentum and the Centre for Labour and Social Studies think tank.

A report by the Standards Commissioner finds the Ilford MP breached House rules by failing to declare the interests which, while being unpaid, were concluded to be:

“considered as being capable of influencing the Member’s words and actions in the House in the same way as a financial interest”

The interests now appear in bold in the register…

According to Tarry’s defence, he wrongly believed he had been replaced as Momentum director after their last sets of internal elections, and is now “in the process of ensuring that I am removed as a Director” as soon as possible. Another blow to the fading campaign group…

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Guido’s Guide to the New Loony Left

With babyfaced Socialist Campaign Group member Dan Carden resigning today, it can be hard to keep track of all the young loony left Labour MPs. As they make more headlines becoming increasingly assertive against Sir Keir, Guido today brings you a comprehensive guide to keeping track of the loony left’s 2019 intake. Some have already made quite a name for themselves…

  • Nadia Whittome, MP for Nottingham East. Majority: 17,393. 24-year-old Baby of the House and former private school girl, Whittome made headlines by accidentally falling off the shadow ministerial ladder on live TV after voting against the Veterans Bill. Before being elected she worked as a Parliamentary intern for Pat Glass MP.
  • Zarah Sultana, MP for Coventry South. Majority: 401. 26-year-old Zarah almost didn’t win her West Midlands seat in 2019, with Labour’s majority collapsing from 7,947 to just 401. Former NUS hack. Has begun to style herself as the Honourable Member for Twitter with often viral pithy yet platitudinous socialist tweets. Pays her staff what she calls ‘poverty wages‘…
  • Claudia Webbe, MP for Leicester East and still a sitting Councillor in Islington. Majority: 6,019. Currently suspended as a Labour MP after being charged with harassment against a woman. Formerly Labour NEC member and head of disputes for the party. Formerly advisor to Ken Livingstone. Questionable judgement.
  • Bell Ribeiro-Addy, MP for Streatham. Majority: 17,690. Another former NUS hack. As Black Students Officer at the NUS, she once shut down a debate at Durham University with threats of violence because a controversial speaker was invited. Spoke at a “salute” to the Second Intifada, which killed 1,000 Israelis. Keeps attending Zoom calls with former Labour members expelled for antisemitism…
  • Charlotte Nichols, MP for Warrington North. Majority: 1,509. Daughter of the President of the TUC. Worked for a trade union for five years before becoming an MP. PPS to Emily Thornberry and Louise Haigh. Confused over lockdown communication. Not a fan of gay Tories.
  • Apsana Begum, MP for Poplar and Limehouse. Majority: 28,904. In 2014 accused Tony Blair of “spreading Zionist propaganda”. Questions remain how she managed to leap to the top of her local council’s 18,000-strong housing list, securing a riverside apartment in months despite having no dependents.
  • Sam Tarry, MP for Ilford South. Majority: 24,101. Mouthy director of Jeremy Corbyn’s 2016 Labour Party leadership campaign. Very friendly with Angela Rayner. Failed to be properly parachuted into Hull West in 2017. In Ilford South in 2019, his opponent was abruptly suspended over an allegation of sexual harassment. With his rival ineligible due to his suspension, Tarry was selected. Known locally as ‘Stitch up Sam‘…
  • Olivia Blake, MP for Sheffield Hallam. Majority: 712. Daughter of the leader of Leeds City Council. Failed to be elected onto Labour NEC in 2013. Successfully elected with the backing of Momentum Labour’s National Policy Forum in 2018. Hard left Sheffield Councillor for six years. Supports a “National Food Service”. Resigned as a PPS in September after voting against the Veterans Bill.
  • Tahir Ali, MP for Birmingham Hall Green. Majority: 28,508. Former trade union political officer. Ali was handed a formal warning by police after he broke government restrictions by attending a funeral with up to 100 mourners at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Beth Winter, MP for Cynon Valley. Majority: 8,822. Former Trade Union official. Resigned as a PPS in September after voting against the Veterans Bill. Shouted at tea.
  • Nav Mishra, MP for Stockport. Majority: 10,039. Former trade union organiser and one of the founders of Stockport Momentum. A Labour NEC member on the JC9, then JC8 slate, who has supported Pete Willsman, Mishra sits on the NEC disputes panel.
  • Ian Byrne, MP for Liverpool West Derby. Majority: 29,984. Former Trade Union organiser. Walks around with neighbouring Liverpool socialist MPs Paula Barker and Kim Johnson. Once shared abusive comments about female politicians…
  • Paula Barker, MP for Liverpool Wavertree. Majority: 31,310. Former Trade Union convenor. Yet to speak out on the abuse that drove Luciana Berger out of the party which led to her getting the seat. In January pretended to go to a Holocaust Educational Trust event.
  • Kim Johnson, MP for Liverpool Riverside. Majority: 37,043. Yet to speak out about the abuse that drove Louise Ellman out the party. In January pretended to go to a Holocaust Educational Trust event.

All are members of the Socialist Campaign Group – now boasting 34 MPs, along with stalwarts John McDonnell, Diane Abbott, and Jeremy Corbyn. It is striking how many replaced former centrist Labour MPs from Chuka Umunna and Mike Gapes to Luciana Berger, Ann Coffey, and Chris Leslie. Now hard left cranks sit in their former seats – many cushioned by massive majorities. What a stunning success ChangeUK was…

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