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The list: Reasons we feel the way we do about Ian Austin (by Rachael Swindon of Twitter fame).

I wasn’t going to give this goon the oxygen of publicity, but it seems a few readers of This Site have asked to see him getting what he deserved, so here it is:

Ian Austin, Independent MP for Dudley North who quit Labour in February, used his speech in an emergency debate proposed by Jeremy Corbyn to criticise the Labour leader – and got told where to go in no uncertain terms.

As he delivered his speech while standing close to his former party colleagues, Labour MP Liz McInnes could be seen becoming visibly annoyed – to the point at which she pointed at the government benches and demanded, “Why don’t you go over there?”

“You’re not welcome here,” she said.

When Mr Austin replied that he was there because his constituents had voted for him, Ms McInnes pointed out: “As a Labour representative!”

Here’s the video:

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