Debbonaire Invites Mogg to Join Anti-Tax Labour, Bone Asks Government to Believe in Conservatism

Debbonaire joking that Mogg has become a socialist for supporting tax cuts, and Mogg claiming Debbonaire is now a Brexiteer for saying VAT should be slashed from energy bills. Meanwhile Peter Bone asked whether the government had tried believing in conservative views:

Our political discourse is backwards. Has someone tried turning it off and on again?

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Labour Calls on Claudia Webbe to Resign
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Labour Calls for PM to Rule Out Peerage for Paterson
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Thangam Debbonaire Calls on Rees-Mogg to Resign
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Labour & LibDems’ Absurd Rees-Mogg Race Row

Rees-Mogg has found himself under fire for an off-the-cuff use of the phrase “yellow peril” in the Commons this afternoon. Labour MP Sarah Owen was the first to spot the phrase, tweeting “It is 2021 not 1821!”. Despite the fact the Tories have used the jokey attack line in reference to the LibDems for years, shadow leader Thangam Debbonaire made a point of order 30 minutes later, accusing Rees-Mogg of using an “extremely offensive racist term”. Woke MPs are already piling on…

According to Hansard, Jacob is now the fourth Tory MP to use the joke in the Commons, after Peter Bone, Tom Purseglove and Simon Hoare. Boris used the phrase in a Telegraph op-ed in 2013. The Independent and Guardian have also run editorials referring to the LibDems as such. The New Statesman’s Kevin Maguire joined in in 2019.

Guido anticipates them both running hit pieces on Rees-Mogg this afternoon…

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Thangam Debbonaire Slams Matt Hancock’s Affair Whilst Wearing an Oliver Bonas Dress

Shadow Leader of the House of Commons Thangam Debbonaire slammed former Health Secretary Matt Hancock whilst sporting a £65 floral green dress from retailer Oliver Bonas – a store owned by the betrayed husband of Hancock’s lover, Gina Coladangelo. Meta…

During Business Questions in the Commons chamber, Debbonaire accused Hancock of hypocrisy over the Neil Ferguson affair and claimed he’d flouted “rules on procurement”. She added that Hancock was “handing out contracts to dodgy mates [and] let down staff and residents of care homes with his not really a ring of protection around them.” A real dressing-down…

Debbonaire also asked why Hancock handed out PPE contracts to his own pub landlord, owner of the unfortunately-named Cock Inn.  She’s not going to let the government skirt around these issues forever…

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