Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Name and Shame the MP's who voted for the cruel ESA cuts

This blog is to name and shame those Members of Parliament and Ministers who voted in favour of the £30 cuts to ESA. These cuts are cruel as it is the disabled who will suffer as a result of these outragous and inhumane cuts.
These Members of Parliament and Ministers seem to forget that they are our public servants and are supposed to be the elected voices of the people. Who has given these public servants the authority to cause such misery and poverty?

We pay their salaries and expenses they are our servants not our masters. This despotic behaviour of our public servants is not acceptable in a civilized and democratic society and therefore they should do the right thing and resign, give up their seats, as they are clearly demonstrating that they are not capable of representing the majority of the people in the United Kingdom. They are accountable for their actions, as we have seen since the Tories got into office, thousands of disabled and vulnerable have died resulting from their cruel and inhumane benefit reforms. I do not believe that the public gave them the authority to behave in such a vile manner towards the most vulnerable in our society. The MP's and Ministers responsible should be prosecuted for misconduct/ malfeasance in a public office.

I have collected many memes from social media websites and have consolidated them here so people can see exactly who these public servants are. I have also collected their email addresses from Parliament website so we can send them a mass email and tell them just how vile they are and to remind them they are our public servants not our masters.

They need to be put in their place, what they have been doing is totally unconstitutional and undemocratic. We must ensure we put an end to their despotic ways and put them back into line so they do start to represent the people like we pay them to do. Many of those MP's and Ministers who voted for the £30 ESA cuts were caught up during the 2009 expenses scandal, of which many of their actions were actually fraud which is a criminal offence and has no time limit to bring legal action against them.

I believe those who were caught out during the expenses scandal should be reported to the Police and investigated for the offence of fraud and misconduct in a public office. They are not protected from criminal prosecution by the Bill of Rights 1689 clause 9 Parliamentary Privilege. They like to hide behind Parliamentary Privilege for many things, however they are not protected from criminal offences.

Our public servants - employee's have been stealing our money we pay in taxes. The thing which I find astonishing, Chris Grayling who is currently the Leader of the House of Commons and the Lord President of the Council since 2015. Was the Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice from 2012 to 2015. He was Lord Chancellor and he was caught during the expenses scandal with very questionable expenses claims. How can Cameron have a thief as Lord Chancellor?

The Ukrainians have the right idea of lynching their politicians and throwing them into a bin.

This is the list of all the MP's who voted for the sharp cuts to disability benefits on 2 March, rejecting the call for an impact assessment.  See them all here CLICK

 Nigel Adams MP

Adam Afriyie MP

Aldous, Peter Peter Aldous MP
Lucy Allan MP

Stuart Andrew MP
Caroline Ansell MP
Edward Argar MP
Victoria Atkins  MP
Mr Richard Bacon MP
Mr Steve Baker MP

 Harriett Baldwin MP

Stephen Barclay MP
 Mr John Baron MP

 Gavin Barwell MP

Guto Bebb MP

 Sir Henry Bellingham MP

Richard Benyon MP
Sir Paul Beresford MP
Jake Berry MP
James Berry MP
Andrew Bingham MP
Bob Blackman MP
Nicola Blackwood MP
Crispin Blunt

Nick Boles MP

 Mr Peter Bone MP

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