Selfish MP calls for Wales to be abolished so he can visit the beach – and Tories can take control

Daniel Kawczynski: you can tell just by looking at him that he’s another Tory berk.

What a selfish, entitled Tory git.

And the people of Shrewsbury have elected him as their MP continually over the last 15 years, with an increasing majority every time. What possessed them?

Daniel Kawczynski, Tory MP for Shrewsbury and Atcham, has called for the Welsh Parliament to be abolished so he can visit the beach.

Wales has coronavirus-related restrictions that are different from those in England. In Wales, people are not allowed to travel away from their local area and most cannot, therefore, visit the beach; nor can English people travel into Wales to do so.

In any event, Kawczynski is a fool because his nearest beach is in the Wirral.

His words suggest he is trying to use the virus and the lockdown – that his prime minister Boris Johnson imposed, let’s not forget – to rekindle the debate about whether the UK countries should have devolved Parliaments.

“I am sorry, but the time has come to reach out as Conservatives to large numbers of like-minded citizens in Wales who like us believe in one system for both nations,” he said.

“We must work towards another referendum to scrap the Welsh Assembly and return to one political system for both nations – a political union between England and Wales.”

He means he wants the Tories to carry out a political power-grab and take control of Wales, so they can impose their disastrous coronavirus policies there and kill thousands more Welsh people.

Fortunately, his efforts have resulted in him being made to look the fool that he is:

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11 thoughts on “Selfish MP calls for Wales to be abolished so he can visit the beach – and Tories can take control

  1. Malcolm James

    Funnily enough, Germany and Russia have both in the past had similar feelings towards his own native country of Poland.

  2. SteveH

    He already has a rather unsavoury reputation.

    “A Tory MP [Kawczynski] who was widely condemned for speaking alongside far-Right politicians at a conference has been reprimanded by the party but has avoided a suspension.

    Daniel Kawczynski was at the event in Rome alongside Viktor Orban, Hungary’s prime minister, and Matteo Salvini, of Italy. The Shrewsbury and Atcham MP was condemned by the Board of Deputies of British Jews and Lord Pickles, the Government’s envoy for post-Holocaust issues.

    The Muslim Council of Britain said the Tories’ claim of not tolerating racism “is truly farcical” and said Mr Kawczynski should have had the whip removed.

    A Conservative spokeswoman said that his appearance was unacceptable and the MP had been reprimanded.

    “Daniel Kawczynski has been formally warned that his attendance at this event was not acceptable, particularly in light of the views of some of those in attendance, which we utterly condemn, and that he is expected to hold himself to higher standards,” she said.

    “Daniel has accepted this and apologised.”

    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2020/02/07/tory-mp-escapes-suspension-speaking-far-right-event-matteo-salvini/

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Yes! Thank you for finding this – I had it in mind to look up his unsavoury past but today has been quite full of fun stories and it slipped.

  3. The Toffee (597)

    ”In any event, Kawczynski is a fool because his nearest beach is in the Wirral.”

    And he’d be as welcome to New Brighton beach as a fart in a lift. What is it with these first & second generation IMMIGRANT tories, all demanding it THEIR way while telling other first & second generation immigrants they have to live by the rules?

    Let him sod off to Saudi; kawczynski’s a big fan of the headchoppers and their oil bucks, plus there’s plenty of beaches & sand there.

  4. Jill Darbyshire

    Sorry mate but most of the people in Wales voted for Labour & the Cons only got a foot hold because of ‘Get Brexit Done’. I much prefer Mark Drakeford’s sensible leadership rather than the idiot they’ve got in Westminster & the nasty party mates. Wales prefers to be singular thanks.

  5. Growing Flame

    Quite right, Daniel Kawczynski! Those Welsh people, trying to be different! Some of them don’t even have Anglo-Saxon names! Outrageous!

  6. Thomas

    Frankly the way the (mainly) English Tory government is behaving at the moment I would not blame Wales if it decided to repair and fortify Offa’s Dyke and use it for the reverse of its original purpose. The idea of using a thwarted desire to get the beach to argue for a power grab is even by current Tory standards off-the-scale ridiculous.

  7. Thomas

    How utterly ridiculous in this situation. Given the behaviour of Westminster towards it I would not blame Wales if it decided to repair and fortify Offa’s Dyke and use it for the reverse of its original purpose.

  8. wildswimmerpete

    There’s nice little beach on the Severn in Sydney Ave, Shrewsbury, I’ve swum there several times when my sister lived there. There you go, Mr. Kawczynski.

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