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

disability benefits

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.”

Comments

  1. they all should be ashamed the lot of them name and shame the lot of them .

  2. Each and everyone of these mp’s are overpaid lazy SCUM I hope they become terminally ill so they suffer a little of what the disabled go through every day.
    They think they can vote for these cuts and remain anonymous well tough shit, lets see how many votes they get next time,hopefully zero.

  3. Leave the disable alone haven’t they got enough worries without you lot adding to it why don’t you just cut the £30 out of your wagers im sure you could just about get by with the amount you claim name and shame them all

  4. I thought newstoad was satirical? This is real…..I have great difficulty working out what is real and what is made up nowadays because our society has become so fascist – Where’s Robin of Sherwood?

  5. hahahahahaha karma just loves you xx

  6. scumbags, each and every one of you.

  7. All parties MP’s need to be reminded that they were voted in to represent the people , not to feather their own pockets or do their own thing, Very few can actually say that is what they do

  8. If they think what they did was OK, what have they got to be ashamed of?

  9. Reblogged this on sdbast.

  10. Why? Be proud of you convictions and explain reasons for them to your voters.The people YOU represent and work for!

  11. Reblogged this on markcatlin3695's Blog.

  12. You people are evil… You would deny the most disabled more help and you would demonise those that would help them!!!

  13. Reblogged this on stewilko's Blog and commented:
    Horrible, nasty individuals

  14. Share it around,people,

  15. stop their expenses and 2nd home allowance hit their pockets let them know how it feels

  16. name them and shame them, if they think its right why do they want their names hiding, well worth writing your own mp down so you dont vote for them again, they forget we elect them and we can just as well not vote for them My M.P. Graham Stringer didn’t vote for it

  17. Disabled people need every Penny ……..Start cutting the BANKERS SALARIES along with MP’s whom to date remain immune ……the benefit cost cutters NEED TO BE NAMED AND SHAMED

  18. NAME ALL THE TORY BASTARDS THAT VOTED FOR THIS

  19. Name them all, over and over again. Sick, greedy, selfish, heartless so called human beings.

  20. got one thing to say …be ashamed

    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

    • It’s obvious you have documentary evidence! Please show it? I’m saddened you list Jacob Rees-Mogg particularly! Do you know him personally or professionally? I’m very upset that so many of my friends will be financially challenged but, your post does not help in any way. Do something constructive instead of you written sarcasm.

      • There is documentary evidence.It’s a factual list of MPs who voted for cuts in disability benefit. Anyone can access it. Jacob Rees-Mogg is on the list because he voted for the cuts. The other MPs are on the list because they voted for the cuts. I hope that clears things up for you.

      • If they don’t want their names to appear on a list of people who voted to take away from those with the least and who need help the most them it is really simples! They should not vote to do this and their name will not appear on the list.

    • Not only should they be named, their addresses should be published as well. Give ISIS their addresses and let them deal with these Ar*eholes instead of picking on the innocent.

    • It is only if, and when, they themselves become disabled, that they will know what they have done to those already suffering from disabilities. Shame on you, all who voted for this. Many with disabliities are already poor as well as suffering with things they cannot alter. You able-bodied don’t have much feeling for others, do you, where is your caring?

  21. 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.

  22. . First they closed Remploy, where disabled people could earn their own money , Then they began skimming benefits, paying millions to ATOS to cut people’s benefits and now they are taking another £30 from the disabled. They are trying their best to wipe out the disabled and the poor. Hitler did the same. Where will they strike next? The mentally ill perhaps? Disabled foetus’s one of them suggested should be aborted. C’mon folks, waken up and smell the dangers. Get rid of these ignorant immoral parasites.

    • “the mentally ill”? Already happening. Try explaining an invisible illness like clinical depression or severe anxiety to the uncaring clowns at ATOS and their ilk.

    • totally agree they are the new face of the modern fascist nazi party no wonder cameron wants us to stay in seen as it was a nazi idea the common market takeover by stealth because the force didnt work

  23. keep naming them, more we find out, the better. its not the MP’S choice in this option as they try to over rule us by are own disability of any kind

  24. 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

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  25. How much more does ther poor have to hive to bail out these bastards with the bedroom tax taking 15 to 25 pounds per week and now this, its time to kick this lot of rich blue eyed boys out they could not organise a piss up in a pub even if the beer was free all rich well off toffs the bloody lot of them.

  26. I wonder how they would react if they were told there wages were being cut? well pissed off I would say, why cant they leave the benefits alone, as the people who are disabled have enough on there plate with out worrying about how they are going to be able to live.

  27. redfmusic says:

    bastards

  28. as a disabled person I feel you should be named so disabled people no who not to vote in I worked 4 jobs at one time to raise my children did not claim anything now at 50 I got MS then cancer I paid in now you pay out I feel its mine how dare you cut my benefits

  29. “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,” says Zac Goldsmith. Well we do notice, and if you think £30 is nothing, then quit claiming it and pay out of your own pocket, you overpaid, jumped-up, snob…

    • Zac Goldsmith you piece of garbage you have no idea how the less well off and disabled get through life, i have never met you but I hate you, hate your remarks and hate what you stand for. The one good thing is like all of us you will eventually die and that will be a blessing to the less well off, the poor and the disabled.

  30. Many a true word…….

  31. I’m so happy to hear that the scumbags who voted for this are upset over being named and shamed. Hopefully all will be voted out of office next election.

  32. Why shouldn’t they be named. I think all MP’s votes for any laws/bills should be posted so that we can see how honest they are !!.

  33. you are a bunch of evil greedy b……s, I used to be rank conservative, now I will never support you again.Its about time for a big change in British politics,time we got away from the two main parties, both of whom are a sick joke !!!

  34. cut disability and your cutting my life out side my home ,you dont live in the real world ,with the money your paid ,and you still kick the small man down ,you disgust me and tim laughton

  35. Can the people who elected these selfish self centered bastards to govern us please have a rethink.They earn fortunes in pay and expenses and expect the rest of us including doctors and all health service workers and all those on minimum wages and zero hour contracts to take what has in effect been a major cut in earnings and living standards.without complaining.They lie at every opportunity about the state of the nations finances never admitting that the rich are getting richer and the poor..much poorer.Name and shame[if thats possible]every one of them.

  36. Shame on the lot of you !! keep on name and shame them i sent a email of protest to our local Labour North East MP I never received a reply i wonder why ? Guilty concessions !!!!!! SHAME ON YOU and hope the people of the North East remember her when she knocks on the door looking for votes

  37. They are a Disgrace to Humanity! Very evil nasty greedy excuses for human beings!!

  38. if they can,t stand the heat , they can always resign .?

  39. Keep naming and shaming and when they are next campaigning pull them up on your doorstep and quiz them about it and make them embarrassed about their huge expenses bills whilst cutting £30.00 to the most vulnerable in society.

  40. they all want bloody sacking all they think about is how much money they can get

  41. Reblogged this on royboxer.

  42. spineless bastards!

  43. keep it up.name and shame.

  44. I know they didnt actually say those comments but they all seem “real”..those MPs do not give a damn about anybody else but themselves and their families…they are all the same…Labour Conservatives,Liberal and I suspect UKIP when they get elected…It should be law that MPs can be sacked by their constituents for not doing their job as promised or for fiddling expenses..

  45. they deserved to be named and shamed

  46. Vile Greedy Evil People!!!

  47. you all deserved to be named and shamed ,”whats £30 anyway”thats the difference between living and dying for people on benefits you wanker GOLDSMITH!!!!!!

  48. You do realise that this is tagged under satire right?

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