Jeremy who? Tory MP goes badly off-script in TV interview

Surprising mistake: Andrew Bridgen’s praise for Jeremy Corbyn while discussing health is worth a raised eyebrow. He once attacked critics of Andrew Lansley’s introduction of privatisation as “Stalinist protectionist elements”.

Open mouth, insert foot.

On the day Theresa May launched her comedy cabinet reshuffle – the same day Guildford’s Tory MP, Anne Milton, was facing embarrassing questions about the editing of her Wikipedia page – Andrew Bridge made this gaffe:

Shurely shome mishtake?

The Conservatives are turning into the biggest collection of fools in the United Kingdom.

And they aren’t even funny.

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One Comment

  1. david January 10, 2018 at 5:26 am - Reply

    Just goesto show tories will go to any extreme to blame Labour for tory screw ups

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