A Tory Said What: March 2021

March was a big month in politics. The clocks went forward and the MPs left Parliament for their Easter break but they are still busy. There is still the pandemic and restrictions started to be eased but it was not without controversy, questionable comments and even more corruption. That is why I am back with a new post of A Tory Said What.

So, what is the point of these posts and why am I publishing them? Well, do you ever feel like the Conservative Government [PM Boris Johnson pictured above; feature image from Manchester Evening News] are deliberately lying to you? Do you ever feel like they are deliberately trying to gaslight you? Questioning your sanity? Or, have they said something that sounds so bizarre that has you thinking what the f***, they surely could not have said it, read more

*Comments you Probably would not have expected a Government/Tory MP to say: November 2018

This is new territory for me on this blog. It was prompted by some of the hypocrisy I saw in some of the comments coming from a number of Conservative MP’s in the aftermath of the Draft Brexit Agreement being announced and made public. Some of them I thought were totally mind-boggling, I really did. So, I thought I might start doing a monthly post picking out some of the more extraordinary comments uttered by an MP in government.

*The title of these posts is a working progress and is open to change. Please drop me a message on facebook, twitter or comment on this post if you have any suggestions for a more appropriate title. Additionally, each image along with the quotation comes from the individual’s bio page on the Parliament website. read more