Perhaps they thought we would forget. If so, they thought wrong.
Conservative MPs who voted to starve children whose families have been plunged into poverty as a result of their selfish policies are being made to face the realities of their decisions, with scores of paper plates, empty apart from messages of condemnation, delivered to their constituency offices.
They aren’t likely to make a fuss about it, as they did about social media condemnation, for a simple reason: they can hide the evidence and pretend it hasn’t happened.
So This Site recommends that anybody laying out a plate protest at their Tory’s constituency office take photographs of it and put them on Facebook, Twitter and your favourite other social media.
That’s what people in Brecon and Radnorshire did when they launched a plate protest against local Tory MP Fay Jones, who voted to starve children in England even though those in her own constituency will receive meals over the holidays, courtesy of the Labour-run Welsh Government.
An initial set of plates was put out yesterday morning (October 29) and looked like this:
But when more people arrived to add to the protest later, all of this original set had disappeared – cleared away by Tories who were desperate to pretend there was nothing to see, it seems.
So they put down some more:
This site knows of two protests over the weekend.
One is at Pemberton Conservative Club.
The other is at the Con Club in Leigh.
The explanatory information makes chilling reading:
“In a country that rates 8th in the world for military spending, cutting free school meals during a pandemic impoverishing working class children is totally unacceptable and shows the cruel and callous attitude of the current government towards its own citizens.
“This is a political party which is completely out of touch and has shown nothing but contempt for the electorate that trusted them with power in 2019.
“We will stand in solidarity as a community to oppose this form of state-inflicted cruelty against those who are most vulnerable in society.
“After 10 years of austerity we will not agree that normal people should be the ones to suffer, especially children. We demand this government reverses its decision to end free school meals.”
Plate protests are taking off across the country, as these news reports show:
We aren’t forgetting.
We aren’t going away.
Will you come and use a paper plate to have your say?
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