“Stop naming us” say MPs who voted for disability benefit cuts

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Conservative MPs who voted for £30 a week cuts in benefits for disabled people have asked today for people to stop naming them on social media so they can continue to claim huge expenses and lie about giving a shit.

London Mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith angrily hit back that there were any conflicts of interest in his patronage of a disability charity. “What’s £30 anyway? I claim that for my pre-dinner drinks on a week-night. But putting it on twitter makes it look like a lot. It’s completely unfair and unrepresentative. People need to stop noticing these things.”

Indeed the sentiment has been echoed throughout the country amongst MPs made to feel mean by people noticing that they voted to effectively withdraw support from some of the most vulnerable people in society.

Nick Boles MP who claimed over £140,000 in expenses last year said that he was shocked, outraged and appalled that his name had been plastered over Facebook.

“Facebook should be ashamed of themselves. What about that tax deal we did for them? I’m off to voice my indignation to other like minded people over an evening of publicly funded champagne and canapés.”

Portsmouth South MP, Flick Drummond, said “I care deeply. When I was out having dinner in a Michelin starred restaurant recently, on parliamentary business and subsequently claiming the whole thing on expenses, I considered the plight of disabled people and one solitary tear rolled down my cheek, at least metaphorically. I had to ask the waiter to wipe it from my cheek with a gold embossed napkin. Then I came up with a snide comment about them probably causing the 2007 credit crunch through their laziness, threw my head back and laughed like a horse. But that’s no reason to put my picture on Facebook along with facts about my voting habits.”

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  1. Hi everybody,

    I am the editor of a new publication. We went live yesterday. It is a literary publication that reviews literature and film. There is an interesting piece which I am sure everybody here will be interested in. It is a review on the Daniel Blake film by Ken Loach. The more attraction we get concerning this issue, the better. Here is the link: http://theilr.weebly.com/a-tale-of-conscious-cruelty.html

    if anybody would like the link to the entire site…do let me know and I will happily post.

  2. Our MP’s are meant to serve the population not leech off it! How about we set up a petition calling for all MP’s expenses to be scrapped! They earn enough, let them pay for their own damn lunches!

  3. I am a journalist and editor and I will be publishing these names on the launch of our site…it is a literary publication but we are reviewing the new Ken Loach film so we will publish these names, as well as some of the poor victims that took their own lives. I will also put it on my blog…I will post the link on the launch…20th November.

  4. The £30.00 that arrogant Goldsmith pays for his weekday pre dinner drinks is close to what I use to keep food in my fridge for a full month not just on a drink the piss artist to him £30.00 might not be a lot of money but to some of us its a LOT of money

  5. Reblogged this on jaxlb.

  6. no way you should be named and shamed

    • Nick Boles MP wanker along with the rest who voted. There PUBLIC SERVANTS the clue is the word public

    • They should be made to live on benefits for 6 Months in a crap estate near the Elephant and Castle so they could walk to Parliament, and no poncing off their rich pals

      • There have been programmes made for tv (for entertainment) about mp’s and others living off benefits for a period of time, of course they always say they can manage quite adequately. After a month they go back to their cushy lives, patting themselves on the back for having been one of the great unwashed, with their superior intellect they have done alright Jack. Let them try year after year with no well paid job and overlarge house or well stocked cupboards. How well would they do then. Face up to it British Public, the “we care about you” and “party of the blue collar” workers is FALLACY. It’s aimed at keeping the sheep quiet so they’ll all say “BAA” nicely at the elections. We live in a capitalist society, ergo the ones with the capital are the important people who can contribute to economic growth and the net national profit. They are the ones who are courted by government policies. Everyone who falls below being financially independent is a drone. They cannot be milked for their cash – they need to be given it to make ends meet.. If you fall into that category you are not important so don’t expect any favours, you are a drain on the country. We can blame Thatcher for that.
        All MP’s votes should be recorded and available to all the public. That would show up the difference between what they SAY to us and what they actually do; highlight the deceit and lies. Will it ever happen? Don’t hold your breath.

  7. Unbelievable!!! Many people have less than £30 to feed their families for a week!

    And as for demanding that we stop publishing their expenses claims. WE pay them to represent US!!!!

    We have the right to call them to account!

    They are there to serve the people not rule them!

    That what democracy means – rule of the people (demos).

    Trouble is the Tories (and the Labour rebels) seem to think we are an aristocracy – (rule of the aristocrats).

  8. Well done keep naming them to remind the public what a bunch of hypocrites the Tories are.

    • Yes and we must keep naming them~ people have died because of their cutbacks, They should be charged for manslaughter~Next time they go out and claim for breakfast/ lunch and whatever else they should remember and think about all the people on the breadline and going to food banks through their Illegal? cutbacks! YOU TORY SCUM ARE TOTAL SCROUNGERS DON’T TRY TO DENY IT!!!!OR ARE YOU FEELING GUILTY NOW THE WHOLE COUNTRY KNOWS THE TRUTH ABOUT YOU?

    • Numb Nuts read the very top of the page. You know the bit where it says “The news they dont want you to hear. Because it isn’t true” OMG this is a parody

      • Rob, just thought that I would clarify, though this is a humourous take on the expenses v voting for cuts it doesn’t mean that the actual basis for the naming and shaming is not true. They still get ridiculous expenses paid for and yet they still felt no qualms when cutting benefits to those most in need and I read this morning that they are going to do more stringent cuts. “Laughing all the way to the bank” springs to mind.

      • Actually the only element of this piece that could be untrue is that they would even give a monkey’s about being named and shamed

    • I agree but its not just the Tories the whole system is corrupt

  9. Awesome stuff, inspiring me in New Zealand to do some more guerrilla protest missions against our mean arrogant elitist government who also are screwing over disabled people like myself. I chalk the streets here, write poetry and songs, get arrested repeatedly for legal protests and educate myself. Figured if they won’t help me work I’ll be biggest pain the a… I can be. Kia kaha to us all

    Also have a passion for law, did you know that the first imperial law that started Westminster law was in 1275 and says, The King willeth and commandeth that common right be done to all, rich as poor. As disabled people on welfare are poor and the people making this law are rich, pretty sure we can say common right isn’t being done. Also pretty sure that means NONE of those poor being affected have to listen to any law – can’t wait until people realise this – and or some ethical legal people challenge it in court.

    Then of course there is Magna Carta (800 yrs) and the FACT you are not allowed to destroy people and they have to have access to justice. That’s not happening in New Zealand so I assume same over there. Only way to stop these radicalised tory terrorists against poor is the law.

  10. Who voted for these parasites, its your shame, not theirs, this was not a conscience decision, it was whipped by the party Bastards.

  11. * Terry McGarvey, 48. Dangerously ill from polycytheamia. Terry asked for an ambulance to be called during his Work Capability Assessment. He knew that he wasn’t well enough to attend his WCA but feared that his benefits would be stopped if he did not. He died the following day.

    * Elaine Lowe, 53. Suffering from COPD and fearful of losing her benefits. In desperation, Elaine chose to commit suicide.

    * Mark Wood, 44. Found fit for work by Atos, against his Doctors advice and assertions that he had complex mental health problems. Starved to death after benefits stopped, weighing only 5st 8lb when he died.

    * Paul Reekie, 48, the Leith based Poet and Author. Suffered from severe depression. Committed suicide after DWP stopped his benefits due to an Atos ‘fit for work’ decision.

    * Leanne Chambers, 30. Suffered depression for many years which took a turn for the worst when she was called in for a WCA. Leanne committed suicide soon after.

    * Karen Sherlock, 44. Multiple health issues. Found fit for work by Atos and denied benefits. Fought a long battle to get placed into the support group of ESA. Karen died the following month of a heart attack.

    * Carl Payne, 42. Fears of losing his lifeline benefits due to welfare reform led this Father of two to take his own life.

    * Tim Salter, 53. Blind and suffering from Agoraphobia. Tim hanged himself after Atos found him fit for work and stopped his benefits.

    * Edward Jacques, 47 years old and suffering from HIV and Hepatitis C. Edward had a history of severe depression and self-harm. He took a fatal overdose after Atos found him fit for work and stopped his benefits.

    * Linda Wootton, 49 years old. A double heart and lung transplant patient. Died just nine days after the government found her fit for work, their refusal letter arriving as she lay desperately ill in her hospital bed.

    * Steven Cawthra, 55. His benefits stopped by the DWP and with rising debts, he saw suicide as the only way out of a desperate situation.

    * Elenore Tatton, 39 years old. Died just weeks after the government found her fit for work.

    * John Walker, 57, saddled with debt because of the bedroom tax, John took his own life.

    * Brian McArdle, 57 years old. Suffered a fatal heart attack the day after his disability benefits were stopped.

    * Stephen Hill, 53. Died of a heart attack one month after being found fit for work, even though he was waiting for major heart surgery.

    * Jacqueline Harris, 53. A former Nurse who could hardly walk was found fit for work by Atos and her benefits withdrawn. in desperation, she took her own life.

    * David Barr, 28. Suffering from severe mental difficulties. Threw himself from a bridge after being found fit for work by Atos and failing his appeal.

    * David Groves, 56. Died of a heart attack the night before taking his work capability assessment. His widow claimed that it was the stress that killed him.

    * Nicholas Peter Barker, 51. Shot himself after being told his benefits were being stopped. He was unable to work after a brain haemorrhage left him paralysed down one side.

    * Mark and Helen Mullins, 48 and 59 years old. Forced to live on £57.50 a week and make 12 mile trips each week to get free vegetables to make soup. Mark and Helen both committed suicide.

    * Richard Sanderson, 44. Unable to find a job and with his housing benefit cut forcing him to move, but with nowhere to go. Richard committed suicide.

    * Martin Rust, 36 years old. A schizophrenic man who killed himself two months after the government found him fit to work.

    * Craig Monk, 43. A vulnerable gentleman and a partial amputee who slipped so far into poverty that he hanged himself.

    * Colin Traynor, 29, and suffering from epilepsy was stripped of his benefits. He appealed. Five weeks after his death his family found he had won his appeal.

    The list goes on:

    https://welfaretales.wordpress.com/2015/04/02/list-of-welfare-related-deaths-of-the-uks-sick-and-disabled/

    • Isn’t causing death by neglect, manslaughter?
      As for the naming and shaming of those twisted pieces of humanity that voted to allow it, I think Zach Goldsmith has a point. We should have stripped, tarred and feathered the pocket filling hypocrites, before dropping them into the Thames for an early morning swim. Obviously, this suggestion is purely sarcasm, as I would never condone the contamination of the river.

      • No this is state sponsored corporate manslaughter at best and 2nd degree murder at worst as this is done with implicate knowledge that this could happen.

  12. with all the petitions falling on deaf ears at 10 Downing St. maybe a vote of no confidence should be sent to the Queen, after all, PMs have to get her Majesty’s permission to form a government.

  13. Reblogged this on garethcole.

  14. Name them and shame them all. But people need to understand you get what you vote for and if you voted for these self righteous imbeciles they will drop one on you.

    • as true as that maybe, you do know there is documented evidence that the election was rigged.? i agree they self righteous imbeciles that will drop one on us. but isn’t wrong taking cuts from people who can’t fight back.

  15. Keep it going feel so sorry for their life style they should try living mine and i work for min wage 40 mile round trip to get a job.

    • Min wage and a 40 mile round trip? Sounds like the sort of thing you should be angry about and leading the protest from the front rather just taking it and sitting back while you and the rest of us suffer. It’s people like yourself that allow things like this to happen isn’t it? Just a thought…..

  16. ha ha stop naming them ahahaahaha hell no all should be named and shamed disgusting rats that you are, how about you stop self indulging your own pockets with tax payers money then. and you lot think you have the audacity to say, stop name you get lost. you have no right, you so called work for the people if you call what you work. we don’t work for you. so name and shame the lot of you free loading scum. the names of them are.
    Adams, Nigel
    Afriyie, Adam
    Aldous, Peter
    Allan, Lucy
    Andrew, Stuart
    Ansell, Caroline
    Argar, Edward
    Atkins, Victoria
    Bacon, Mr Richard
    Baker, Mr Steve
    Baldwin, Harriett
    Barclay, Stephen
    Baron, Mr John
    Barwell, Gavin
    Bebb, Guto
    Bellingham, Sir Henry
    Benyon, Richard
    Beresford, Sir Paul
    Berry, Jake
    Berry, James
    Bingham, Andrew
    Blackman, Bob
    Blackwood, Nicola
    Blunt, Crispin
    Boles, Nick
    Bone, Mr Peter
    Borwick, Victoria
    Bottomley, Sir Peter
    Bradley, Karen
    Brady, Mr Graham
    Brazier, Mr Julian
    Bridgen, Andrew
    Brine, Steve
    Brokenshire, rh James
    Buckland, Robert
    Burns, Conor
    Burns, rh Sir Simon
    Burrowes, Mr David
    Burt, rh Alistair
    Cairns, Alun
    Carmichael, Neil
    Cartlidge, James
    Cash, Sir William
    Caulfield, Maria
    Chalk, Alex
    Chishti, Rehman
    Chope, Mr Christopher
    Churchill, Jo
    Clark, rh Greg
    Cleverly, James
    Clifton-Brown, Geoffrey
    Coffey, Dr Thérèse
    Collins, Damian
    Colvile, Oliver
    Costa, Alberto
    Cox, Mr Geoffrey
    Crabb, rh Stephen
    Davies, Byron
    Davies, Chris
    Davies, David T. C.
    Davies, Glyn
    Davies, Dr James
    Davies, Mims
    Davies, Philip
    Davis, rh Mr David
    Dinenage, Caroline
    Djanogly, Mr Jonathan
    Donelan, Michelle
    Dorries, Nadine
    Double, Steve
    Dowden, Oliver
    Drax, Richard
    Drummond, Mrs Flick
    Duddridge, James
    Duncan, rh Sir Alan
    Duncan Smith, rh Mr Iain
    Dunne, Mr Philip
    Ellis, Michael
    Ellison, Jane
    Ellwood, Mr Tobias
    Elphicke, Charlie
    Eustice, George
    Evans, Graham
    Evans, Mr Nigel
    Evennett, rh Mr David
    Fabricant, Michael
    Fallon, rh Michael
    Fernandes, Suella
    Field, rh Mark
    Foster, Kevin
    Fox, rh Dr Liam
    Francois, rh Mr Mark
    Frazer, Lucy
    Freeman, George
    Freer, Mike
    Fuller, Richard
    Fysh, Marcus
    Gale, Sir Roger
    Garnier, rh Sir Edward
    Garnier, Mark
    Gauke, Mr David
    Ghani, Nusrat
    Gibb, Mr Nick
    Gillan, rh Mrs Cheryl
    Glen, John
    Goldsmith, Zac
    Goodwill, Mr Robert
    Gove, rh Michael
    Graham, Richard
    Gray, Mr James
    Grayling, rh Chris
    Green, Chris
    Green, rh Damian
    Greening, rh Justine
    Grieve, rh Mr Dominic
    Griffiths, Andrew
    Gummer, Ben
    Gyimah, Mr Sam
    Halfon, rh Robert
    Hall, Luke
    Hammond, rh Mr Philip
    Hammond, Stephen
    Hancock, rh Matthew
    Hands, rh Greg
    Harper, rh Mr Mark
    Harrington, Richard
    Harris, Rebecca
    Hart, Simon
    Haselhurst, rh Sir Alan
    Hayes, rh Mr John
    Heald, Sir Oliver
    Heappey, James
    Heaton-Harris, Chris
    Heaton-Jones, Peter
    Henderson, Gordon
    Herbert, rh Nick
    Hinds, Damian
    Hoare, Simon
    Hollingbery, George
    Hollinrake, Kevin
    Hollobone, Mr Philip
    Holloway, Mr Adam
    Hopkins, Kris
    Howarth, Sir Gerald
    Howell, John
    Howlett, Ben
    Huddleston, Nigel
    Hunt, rh Mr Jeremy
    Hurd, Mr Nick
    Jackson, Mr Stewart
    James, Margot
    Javid, rh Sajid
    Jayawardena, Mr Ranil
    Jenkin, Mr Bernard
    Jenkyns, Andrea
    Jenrick, Robert
    Johnson, Boris
    Johnson, Gareth
    Johnson, Joseph
    Jones, Andrew
    Jones, rh Mr David
    Jones, Mr Marcus
    Kawczynski, Daniel
    Kennedy, Seema
    Knight, rh Sir Greg
    Knight, Julian
    Kwarteng, Kwasi
    Lancaster, Mark
    Leadsom, Andrea
    Lee, Dr Phillip
    Leigh, Sir Edward
    Leslie, Charlotte
    Letwin, rh Mr Oliver
    Lewis, Brandon
    Lewis, rh Dr Julian
    Lidington, rh Mr David
    Lilley, rh Mr Peter
    Lopresti, Jack
    Lord, Jonathan
    Loughton, Tim
    Lumley, Karen
    Mackinlay, Craig
    Mackintosh, David
    Main, Mrs Anne
    Mak, Mr Alan
    Malthouse, Kit
    Mann, Scott
    Mathias, Dr Tania
    Maynard, Paul
    McCartney, Karl
    McLoughlin, rh Mr Patrick
    Menzies, Mark
    Mercer, Johnny
    Merriman, Huw
    Metcalfe, Stephen
    Miller, rh Mrs Maria
    Milling, Amanda
    Mills, Nigel
    Milton, rh Anne
    Mitchell, rh Mr Andrew
    Mordaunt, Penny
    Morgan, rh Nicky
    Morris, Anne Marie
    Morris, David
    Morris, James
    Mowat, David
    Mundell, rh David
    Murray, Mrs Sheryll
    Neill, Robert
    Newton, Sarah
    Nokes, Caroline
    Norman, Jesse
    Nuttall, Mr David
    Offord, Dr Matthew
    Opperman, Guy
    Osborne, rh Mr George
    Parish, Neil
    Patel, rh Priti
    Paterson, rh Mr Owen
    Pawsey, Mark
    Penning, rh Mike
    Penrose, John
    Percy, Andrew
    Perry, Claire
    Phillips, Stephen
    Philp, Chris
    Pickles, rh Sir Eric
    Pincher, Christopher
    Poulter, Dr Daniel
    Prentis, Victoria
    Prisk, Mr Mark
    Pritchard, Mark
    Pursglove, Tom
    Quin, Jeremy
    Quince, Will
    Raab, Mr Dominic
    Redwood, rh John
    Rees-Mogg, Mr Jacob
    Robertson, Mr Laurence
    Robinson, Mary
    Rosindell, Andrew
    Rudd, rh Amber
    Rutley, David
    Sandbach, Antoinette
    Scully, Paul
    Selous, Andrew
    Shapps, rh Grant
    Sharma, Alok
    Shelbrooke, Alec
    Simpson, rh Mr Keith
    Skidmore, Chris
    Smith, Chloe
    Smith, Henry
    Smith, Julian
    Smith, Royston
    Soames, rh Sir Nicholas
    Solloway, Amanda
    Soubry, rh Anna
    Spelman, rh Mrs Caroline
    Spencer, Mark
    Stephenson, Andrew
    Stevenson, John
    Stewart, Bob
    Stewart, Iain
    Stewart, Rory
    Stride, Mel
    Stuart, Graham
    Sturdy, Julian
    Sunak, Rishi
    Swayne, rh Mr Desmond
    Swire, rh Mr Hugo
    Syms, Mr Robert
    Thomas, Derek
    Throup, Maggie
    Timpson, Edward
    Tolhurst, Kelly
    Tomlinson, Justin
    Tomlinson, Michael
    Tracey, Craig
    Tredinnick, David
    Trevelyan, Mrs Anne-Marie
    Truss, rh Elizabeth
    Tugendhat, Tom
    Turner, Mr Andrew
    Tyrie, rh Mr Andrew
    Vaizey, Mr Edward
    Vara, Mr Shailesh
    Vickers, Martin
    Walker, Mr Charles
    Walker, Mr Robin
    Wallace, Mr Ben
    Warburton, David
    Warman, Matt
    Watkinson, Dame Angela
    Wharton, James
    Whately, Helen
    Wheeler, Heather
    White, Chris
    Whittaker, Craig
    Whittingdale, rh Mr John
    Wiggin, Bill
    Williams, Craig
    Williamson, rh Gavin
    Wilson, Mr Rob
    Wollaston, Dr Sarah
    Wood, Mike
    Wragg, William
    Wright, rh Jeremy
    Zahawi, Nadhim
    Simon Kirby
    Jackie Doyle-Price oh im sorry did i name the scum bags what a shame, scum. all the name of the scummy mp’s people that said the £30 a week cut was ok.

  17. Reblogged this on Tim Morrison.

  18. Name and Shame
    I am going to print out this list and put on street’s everywhere even on buses, train and specially JOBCENTRE PLUS.
    Shame all of you again and again when ever you saw your name (PLEASE).

  19. Reblogged this on sideshowtog.

  20. stewart jackson is my local mp for peterborough i wont be voting for him anymore dirty scum

  21. not even a real news website

  22. Adams, Nigel

    Afriyie, Adam

    Aldous, Peter

    Allan, Lucy

    Andrew, Stuart

    Ansell, Caroline

    Argar, Edward

    Atkins, Victoria

    Bacon, Mr Richard

    Baker, Mr Steve

    Baldwin, Harriett

    Barclay, Stephen

    Baron, Mr John

    Barwell, Gavin

    Bebb, Guto

    Bellingham, Sir Henry

    Benyon, Richard

    Beresford, Sir Paul

    Berry, Jake

    Berry, James

    Bingham, Andrew

    Blackman, Bob

    Blackwood, Nicola

    Blunt, Crispin

    Boles, Nick

    Bone, Mr Peter

    Borwick, Victoria

    Bottomley, Sir Peter

    Bradley, Karen

    Brady, Mr Graham

    Brazier, Mr Julian

    Bridgen, Andrew

    Brine, Steve

    Brokenshire, rh James

    Buckland, Robert

    Burns, Conor

    Burns, rh Sir Simon

    Burrowes, Mr David

    Burt, rh Alistair

    Cairns, Alun

    Carmichael, Neil

    Cartlidge, James

    Cash, Sir William

    Caulfield, Maria

    Chalk, Alex

    Chishti, Rehman

    Chope, Mr Christopher

    Churchill, Jo

    Clark, rh Greg

    Cleverly, James

    Clifton-Brown, Geoffrey

    Coffey, Dr Thérèse

    Collins, Damian

    Colvile, Oliver

    Costa, Alberto

    Cox, Mr Geoffrey

    Crabb, rh Stephen

    Davies, Byron

    Davies, Chris

    Davies, David T. C.

    Davies, Glyn

    Davies, Dr James

    Davies, Mims

    Davies, Philip

    Davis, rh Mr David

    Dinenage, Caroline

    Djanogly, Mr Jonathan

    Donelan, Michelle

    Dorries, Nadine

    Double, Steve

    Dowden, Oliver

    Drax, Richard

    Drummond, Mrs Flick

    Duddridge, James

    Duncan, rh Sir Alan

    Duncan Smith, rh Mr Iain

    Dunne, Mr Philip

    Ellis, Michael

    Ellison, Jane

    Ellwood, Mr Tobias

    Elphicke, Charlie

    Eustice, George

    Evans, Graham

    Evans, Mr Nigel

    Evennett, rh Mr David

    Fabricant, Michael

    Fallon, rh Michael

    Fernandes, Suella

    Field, rh Mark

    Foster, Kevin

    Fox, rh Dr Liam

    Francois, rh Mr Mark

    Frazer, Lucy

    Freeman, George

    Freer, Mike

    Fuller, Richard

    Fysh, Marcus

    Gale, Sir Roger

    Garnier, rh Sir Edward

    Garnier, Mark

    Gauke, Mr David

    Ghani, Nusrat

    Gibb, Mr Nick

    Gillan, rh Mrs Cheryl

    Glen, John

    Goldsmith, Zac

    Goodwill, Mr Robert

    Gove, rh Michael

    Graham, Richard

    Gray, Mr James

    Grayling, rh Chris

    Green, Chris

    Green, rh Damian

    Greening, rh Justine

    Grieve, rh Mr Dominic

    Griffiths, Andrew

    Gummer, Ben

    Gyimah, Mr Sam

    Halfon, rh Robert

    Hall, Luke

    Hammond, rh Mr Philip

    Hammond, Stephen

    Hancock, rh Matthew

    Hands, rh Greg

    Harper, rh Mr Mark

    Harrington, Richard

    Harris, Rebecca

    Hart, Simon

    Haselhurst, rh Sir Alan

    Hayes, rh Mr John

    Heald, Sir Oliver

    Heappey, James

    Heaton-Harris, Chris

    Heaton-Jones, Peter

    Henderson, Gordon

    Herbert, rh Nick

    Hinds, Damian

    Hoare, Simon

    Hollingbery, George

    Hollinrake, Kevin

    Hollobone, Mr Philip

    Holloway, Mr Adam

    Hopkins, Kris

    Howarth, Sir Gerald

    Howell, John

    Howlett, Ben

    Huddleston, Nigel

    Hunt, rh Mr Jeremy

    Hurd, Mr Nick

    Jackson, Mr Stewart

    James, Margot

    Javid, rh Sajid

    Jayawardena, Mr Ranil

    Jenkin, Mr Bernard

    Jenkyns, Andrea

    Jenrick, Robert

    Johnson, Boris

    Johnson, Gareth

    Johnson, Joseph

    Jones, Andrew

    Jones, rh Mr David

    Jones, Mr Marcus

    Kawczynski, Daniel

    Kennedy, Seema

    Knight, rh Sir Greg

    Knight, Julian

    Kwarteng, Kwasi

    Lancaster, Mark

    Leadsom, Andrea

    Lee, Dr Phillip

    Leigh, Sir Edward

    Leslie, Charlotte

    Letwin, rh Mr Oliver

    Lewis, Brandon

    Lewis, rh Dr Julian

    Lidington, rh Mr David

    Lilley, rh Mr Peter

    Lopresti, Jack

    Lord, Jonathan

    Loughton, Tim

    Lumley, Karen

    Mackinlay, Craig

    Mackintosh, David

    Main, Mrs Anne

    Mak, Mr Alan

    Malthouse, Kit

    Mann, Scott

    Mathias, Dr Tania

    Maynard, Paul

    McCartney, Karl

    McLoughlin, rh Mr Patrick

    Menzies, Mark

    Mercer, Johnny

    Merriman, Huw

    Metcalfe, Stephen

    Miller, rh Mrs Maria

    Milling, Amanda

    Mills, Nigel

    Milton, rh Anne

    Mitchell, rh Mr Andrew

    Mordaunt, Penny

    Morgan, rh Nicky

    Morris, Anne Marie

    Morris, David

    Morris, James

    Mowat, David

    Mundell, rh David

    Murray, Mrs Sheryll

    Neill, Robert

    Newton, Sarah

    Nokes, Caroline

    Norman, Jesse

    Nuttall, Mr David

    Offord, Dr Matthew

    Opperman, Guy

    Osborne, rh Mr George

    Parish, Neil

    Patel, rh Priti

    Paterson, rh Mr Owen

    Pawsey, Mark

    Penning, rh Mike

    Penrose, John

    Percy, Andrew

    Perry, Claire

    Phillips, Stephen

    Philp, Chris

    Pickles, rh Sir Eric

    Pincher, Christopher

    Poulter, Dr Daniel

    Prentis, Victoria

    Prisk, Mr Mark

    Pritchard, Mark

    Pursglove, Tom

    Quin, Jeremy

    Quince, Will

    Raab, Mr Dominic

    Redwood, rh John

    Rees-Mogg, Mr Jacob

    Robertson, Mr Laurence

    Robinson, Mary

    Rosindell, Andrew

    Rudd, rh Amber

    Rutley, David

    Sandbach, Antoinette

    Scully, Paul

    Selous, Andrew

    Shapps, rh Grant

    Sharma, Alok

    Shelbrooke, Alec

    Simpson, rh Mr Keith

    Skidmore, Chris

    Smith, Chloe

    Smith, Henry

    Smith, Julian

    Smith, Royston

    Soames, rh Sir Nicholas

    Solloway, Amanda

    Soubry, rh Anna

    Spelman, rh Mrs Caroline

    Spencer, Mark

    Stephenson, Andrew

    Stevenson, John

    Stewart, Bob

    Stewart, Iain

    Stewart, Rory

    Stride, Mel

    Stuart, Graham

    Sturdy, Julian

    Sunak, Rishi

    Swayne, rh Mr Desmond

    Swire, rh Mr Hugo

    Syms, Mr Robert

    Thomas, Derek

    Throup, Maggie

    Timpson, Edward

    Tolhurst, Kelly

    Tomlinson, Justin

    Tomlinson, Michael

    Tracey, Craig

    Tredinnick, David

    Trevelyan, Mrs Anne-Marie

    Truss, rh Elizabeth

    Tugendhat, Tom

    Turner, Mr Andrew

    Tyrie, rh Mr Andrew

    Vaizey, Mr Edward

    Vara, Mr Shailesh

    Vickers, Martin

    Walker, Mr Charles

    Walker, Mr Robin

    Wallace, Mr Ben

    Warburton, David

    Warman, Matt

    Watkinson, Dame Angela

    Wharton, James

    Whately, Helen

    Wheeler, Heather

    White, Chris

    Whittaker, Craig

    Whittingdale, rh Mr John

    Wiggin, Bill

    Williams, Craig

    Williamson, rh Gavin

    Wilson, Mr Rob

    Wollaston, Dr Sarah

    Wood, Mike

    Wragg, William

    Wright, rh Jeremy

    Zahawi, Nadhim

    Simon Kirby

    Jackie Doyle-Price

    • lol nice list its like mine lol =D now we have the names, its time to make a memes lol

    • PRICELESS Dave Silcock! Shared the hell out of the list, THANK YOU!!!
      The War is just beginning! “Ça Ira, Ça Ira, Ça Ira! Les Aristocrats á la lanterns”
      From the French Revolution – roughly translated “We will hang the [Aristocrats] rich from our street lanterns”

      V^^^V

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