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Philip Davies: His vile opinions have made him a favourite focus of the “Unseat” campaign.

The Conservative Party is falling apart before our eyes, now.

Tories who should know better are openly admitting opinions that voters will abhore.

Take, for example, Philip Davies, Tory MP for Shipley, and his contribution to the debate on whether race horses should be protected from the whip.

The video also includes Labour MP Chris Williamson’s response:

Mr Williamson’s suggestion has prompted a chorus of approval from the massed minds of the social media.

Here’s my favourite response:

If you think Philip Davies doesn’t deserve a hard horse-whipping, just type his name into the search box on this page and read a few of the other articles about him that have appeared on This Site.

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