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Jonathan Reynolds in Parliament.

I’m not sure I should even give this bonehead the time of day, but it’s a good story that makes an excellent point.

After Labour MP Jonathan Reynolds tweeted that he had written in the Holocaust book of remembrance, he received the following tweet from a Holocaust denier called Steve Steglitz:

In case he deletes the tweet, he said: “You politicians are not doing your duty to the public. The Holocaust is one big lie. Time you put pressure on the media to do their job and start asking a few questions. But politicians and journalists are either owned or brainwashed themselves.”

The claim is highly-offensive nonsense of the kind that may conservatively be described as (and I’m sorry for the language but you’ll see the reason in a moment) bullshit.

Mr Reynolds made this clear in his put-down:

And, in case you think he didn’t mean it:


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