How wonderful to see the work of our Conservative Government inspiring the public…

… to ridicule them publicly in what appears to be a spontaneous, nationwide infographic campaign.

Tory MPs who may have considered themselves shielded by the anonymity of a mass vote on the £30 per week cut to Employment and Support Allowance are being highlighted in photographs on the social media. People such as this:

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Zac Goldsmith – who, let’s not forget, is the Conservative candidate to be Mayor of London – has been lambasted by the Disability Charity of which he is the patron for supporting the cut. And he’s not alone…

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What shining examples they are! Then we have the following:

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Here’s an old acquaintance we all wish we hadn’t met:
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And here’s a new one:
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How about a former Minister for the Disabled?
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… Or indeed, the incumbent:
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And, of course, the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
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Incidentally, This Writer’s own MP, Chris Davies (Conservative), also voted for the cuts, despite representing a constituency with a high number of sick and disabled people. I have stepped over things in the street that were more fit to represent people.

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