This Writer voted for Stella Creasy in the Labour deputy leadership election last year.
I thought she was a good ‘un. Turns out I was right, it seems.
Labour MP Stella Creasy has had the head of a charity thrown out of parliament – after he shrugged when he was tackled about being responsible for families being forcibly evicted from their homes.
Former oil industry executive Keith Nunn is the chair of the trustees of the Glasspool Trust –an organisation which is supposed to help families in poverty. But low-income tenants are now being forcibly evicted after Nunn and the other trustees of Glasspool decided to sell off to private developers valuable properties bequeathed to the charity.
Ms Creasy hashtagged a post on her Facebook page about the incident #angryMP.
Personally I think we could do with a lot more #angryMPs in parliament.
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