Esther McVey’s common sense is another nail in the Tory government’s coffin

Esther McVey (right) with husband Philip Davies: it seems common sense, to them, means fleecing the public purse of cash to pay rent on a flat while they have a perfectly usable one – closer to Parliament. Do Parliamentary rules really mean they have to take our money in this way?

Led By Donkeys has taken aim at Tory ‘Minister for Common Sense’ Esther McVey in its latest video attack.

Here it is:

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The clip has created a lot of heat on the social media – for obvious reasons:

So the minister responsible for cutting unnecessary spending is responsible for claiming large amounts of it.

That’s not a good look in a Tory government that is already hugely derided for having wasted billions of pounds of public money.

Lets hope the voters of Tatton and Shipley (the constituencies held by McVey and her husband Philip Davies) do the right thing and eject them at the general election.

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