Saturday 21 December 2013

The 296 MPs who voted AGAINST investigating food banks use and UK hunger:

This is the list of MPs who don’t give a stuff that while they waste money on nuclear weapons, people are starving. I hope they have a suitably lovely Christmas with lots to eat and drink,  and that their children get a lot of presents, and finally that they feel just a little prick of conscience and that that completely spoils the festive season for them. 

(Taken from Hansard, 18th December 2013).

I’m assuming that ‘rh’ stands for ‘really horrible’… the rest of them are just ‘horrible’.

Adams, Nigel
Afriyie, Adam
Aldous, Peter
Amess, Mr David
Andrew, Stuart
Bacon, Mr Richard
Baker, Steve
Baldry, rh Sir Tony
Baldwin, Harriett
Barker, rh Gregory
Baron, Mr John
Barwell, Gavin
Bebb, Guto
Beith, rh Sir Alan
Benyon, Richard
Beresford, Sir Paul
Bingham, Andrew
Blackman, Bob
Blackwood, Nicola
Blunt, Mr Crispin
Bone, Mr Peter
Bradley, Karen
Brady, Mr Graham
Brake, rh Tom
Bray, Angie
Brazier, Mr Julian
Bridgen, Andrew
Brine, Steve
Brooke, Annette
Browne, Mr Jeremy
Bruce, Fiona
Bruce, rh Sir Malcolm
Buckland, Mr Robert
Burley, Mr Aidan
Burns, Conor
Burns, rh Mr Simon
Burstow, rh Paul
Burt, Lorely
Byles, Dan
Cable, rh Vince
Cairns, Alun
Carmichael, rh Mr Alistair
Carmichael, Neil
Carswell, Mr Douglas
Cash, Mr William
Chishti, Rehman
Chope, Mr Christopher
Clappison, Mr James
Clark, rh Greg
Clarke, rh Mr Kenneth
Clifton-Brown, Geoffrey
Coffey, Dr Thérèse
Collins, Damian
Colvile, Oliver
Cox, Mr Geoffrey
Crabb, Stephen
Crockart, Mike
Crouch, Tracey
Davies, David T. C.
Davies, Glyn
Davies, Philip
Davis, rh Mr David
de Bois, Nick
Djanogly, Mr Jonathan
Dorrell, rh Mr Stephen
Doyle-Price, Jackie
Drax, Richard
Duddridge, James
Duncan, rh Mr Alan
Duncan Smith, rh Mr Iain
Dunne, Mr Philip
Ellis, Michael
Ellison, Jane
Ellwood, Mr Tobias
Elphicke, Charlie
Eustice, George
Evans, Graham
Evans, Jonathan
Evans, Mr Nigel
Evennett, Mr David
Fabricant, Michael
Fallon, rh Michael
Farron, Tim
Featherstone, Lynne
Foster, rh Mr Don
Fox, rh Dr Liam
Freeman, George
Freer, Mike
Fuller, Richard
Gale, Sir Roger
Garnier, Sir Edward
Garnier, Mark
George, Andrew
Gibb, Mr Nick
Gilbert, Stephen
Glen, John
Goldsmith, Zac
Goodwill, Mr Robert
Gove, rh Michael
Graham, Richard
Gray, Mr James
Grayling, rh Chris
Green, rh Damian
Griffiths, Andrew
Gummer, Ben
Gyimah, Mr Sam
Hague, rh Mr William
Halfon, Robert
Hames, Duncan
Hammond, Stephen
Hancock, Matthew
Hancock, Mr Mike
Hands, Greg
Harper, Mr Mark
Harrington, Richard
Harris, Rebecca
Hart, Simon
Harvey, Sir Nick
Haselhurst, rh Sir Alan
Hayes, rh Mr John
Heald, Oliver
Heath, Mr David
Heaton-Harris, Chris
Hemming, John
Henderson, Gordon
Hendry, Charles
Herbert, rh Nick
Hinds, Damian
Hoban, Mr Mark
Hollingbery, George
Hollobone, Mr Philip
Holloway, Mr Adam
Hopkins, Kris
Howell, John
Hughes, rh Simon
Hunt, rh Mr Jeremy
Hurd, Mr Nick
Jackson, Mr Stewart
Javid, Sajid
Jenkin, Mr Bernard
Johnson, Joseph
Jones, Andrew
Jones, rh Mr David
Jones, Mr Marcus
Kelly, Chris
Kirby, Simon
Knight, rh Sir Greg
Kwarteng, Kwasi
Lamb, Norman
Lancaster, Mark
Lansley, rh Mr Andrew
Latham, Pauline
Laws, rh Mr David
Leadsom, Andrea
Lee, Jessica
Lee, Dr Phillip
Leech, Mr John
Lefroy, Jeremy
Leigh, Sir Edward
Leslie, Charlotte
Letwin, rh Mr Oliver
Lewis, Brandon
Lewis, Dr Julian
Liddell-Grainger, Mr Ian
Lidington, rh Mr David
Lloyd, Stephen
Lord, Jonathan
Loughton, Tim
Luff, Peter
Lumley, Karen
Macleod, Mary
Main, Mrs Anne
Maude, rh Mr Francis
May, rh Mrs Theresa
Maynard, Paul
McCartney, Jason
McCartney, Karl
McIntosh, Miss Anne
McLoughlin, rh Mr Patrick
McVey, Esther
Menzies, Mark
Metcalfe, Stephen
Mills, Nigel
Mordaunt, Penny
Morgan, Nicky
Morris, Anne Marie
Morris, David
Morris, James
Mosley, Stephen
Mowat, David
Munt, Tessa
Murray, Sheryll
Murrison, Dr Andrew
Neill, Robert
Newmark, Mr Brooks
Newton, Sarah
Norman, Jesse
Nuttall, Mr David
O’Brien, rh Mr Stephen
Offord, Dr Matthew
Ollerenshaw, Eric
Opperman, Guy
Ottaway, rh Richard
Paice, rh Sir James
Parish, Neil
Patel, Priti
Paterson, rh Mr Owen
Pawsey, Mark
Penning, Mike
Penrose, John
Percy, Andrew
Perry, Claire
Phillips, Stephen
Pincher, Christopher
Prisk, Mr Mark
Pugh, John
Randall, rh Sir John
Reckless, Mark
Redwood, rh Mr John
Rees-Mogg, Jacob
Reid, Mr Alan
Rifkind, rh Sir Malcolm
Robathan, rh Mr Andrew
Robertson, Mr Laurence
Rogerson, Dan
Rosindell, Andrew
Rudd, Amber
Ruffley, Mr David
Russell, Sir Bob
Rutley, David
Sanders, Mr Adrian
Sandys, Laura
Scott, Mr Lee
Selous, Andrew
Shapps, rh Grant
Sharma, Alok
Simmonds, Mark
Simpson, Mr Keith
Skidmore, Chris
Smith, Chloe
Smith, Henry
Smith, Julian
Soames, rh Nicholas
Soubry, Anna
Spelman, rh Mrs Caroline
Spencer, Mr Mark
Stanley, rh Sir John
Stephenson, Andrew
Stevenson, John
Stewart, Bob
Stewart, Iain
Stewart, Rory
Stride, Mel
Stuart, Mr Graham
Stunell, rh Sir Andrew
Sturdy, Julian
Swales, Ian
Swayne, rh Mr Desmond
Swinson, Jo
Swire, rh Mr Hugo
Syms, Mr Robert
Thornton, Mike
Thurso, John
Tomlinson, Justin
Tredinnick, David
Truss, Elizabeth
Turner, Mr Andrew
Tyrie, Mr Andrew
Uppal, Paul
Vaizey, Mr Edward
Vara, Mr Shailesh
Vickers, Martin
Walker, Mr Robin
Wallace, Mr Ben
Walter, Mr Robert
Ward, Mr David
Watkinson, Dame Angela
Weatherley, Mike
Webb, Steve
Wharton, James
Wheeler, Heather
White, Chris
Whittingdale, Mr John
Wiggin, Bill
Willetts, rh Mr David
Williams, Mr Mark
Williams, Roger
Williams, Stephen
Williamson, Gavin
Wilson, Mr Rob
Wright, Jeremy
Wright, Simon
Yeo, Mr Tim
Young, rh Sir George
Zahawi, Nadhim


  1. What! No Ian Duncan Smith? Is he too embarrassed to vote for his own policy?

    1. The lily livered little ass left early. Obviously he couldn't be bothered to come back later.

      Busy busy busy, things to do, poor people to kill.

    2. The loathsome IDS is there under d for Duncan....or the nearest slimy stone...Almost makes me ashamed to be a Smith.


    3. Oh Yes, so I see Eck... must have disappeared off for some subsidies grub and booze and left the McVey creature to take the flack. She's a cold hearted witch. She is well able to cope with it.

      And so slap head turned up later to vote for more death for the working classes. Bravo to him.

    4. I.D.S is under Duncan in the don't think he would loose a chance to bash the poor do you!

    5. Thanks Anon. I thought he wouldn't miss the chance to do people down.

  2. Liberal Democrats hang your heads in shame, and prepare to kiss goodbye to your seats, you traitors.

  3. tris

    Who knows perhaps the investigation could of revealed the use of
    food banks was by people who did not need help. they had used the
    extra free food to fund there gambling and or drinking habits.
    hunger in the uk was socialist myth manipulated for political advantage
    and thus proving the truth of the coalitions wonderful welfare reforms.

    on the other hand probably not

    1. There was a Tory minister, Niko, from the lords (needless to say), who said more or less that.

      I’m always puzzle led about this man’s name. Does he spell it the French way Froid (meaning cold) or is it the English way Fraud (meaning cheat), or is it the German way Freud, meaning a smart Oxford café?

      Anyway, we should go for the good old English way… so Lord Fraud said that people would eat out of Food Banks because they were there and people saw an opportunity to get free food.

      Of course, he had probably recently been chatting with his colleague Lord Hanningfield of Nervous Breakdown, on one of his fleeting daily visits to the house of the setting sun.

  4. I see the Secretary of State for Plymouth is mentioned!! But where was Danny Alexander? I thought this would be right up his street. The guy who got the taxpayer to pay fro the heating for his stables is mentioned...

    And I'm sure you know rh stands for Right (dis)honourable :-)

    1. Danny would have been getting his face in the papers opening another food bank somewhere. It's what he does best.

      Either that or he was off to be fitted for his ermine...

  5. Nice to see the great saviour of the universe was (not) there, funnily enough neither was my M.P. the great and powerful Mudell the Mundell. Of the others M.I.A. it is noticeable that "stairheid rammy" a.k.a. Margaret Curran and "I'll gie you a bashing" a.k.a. Ian Davidson were A.W.O.L. as well. So much for the representatives from the party of the people then!

    1. They all ahe far more important things to do than worry about poor people being hungry. This is the time of Christmas parties and free drink.

      I can only imagine that Davidson was probably lying guttered somewhere, and as for Muddle, he probably forgot where he works.

      Stairheid was probably desperately fighting to make sure that her son doesn't become foreign on a day trip to Calais.

  6. I try and avoid imagining anything to do with Davidson, Curran and especially Mundell the Blundell. I have standards for imagining and none of them can reach even the bottom step of the ladder to my "tower of imaginatio!" LOL

    1. Fair enough... let's not even think about them...

  7. As you probably already know Rh means right honourable, though I see no honour in killing poor and sick people with welfare cut, these parasitic mps are allowed to call themselves honourable, if they're a member of the Privy Council, keep the good work up your blog is brilliant.

    1. I've always thought it was a complete joke that these people call themselves honourable... I mean why; they are not.

      Yeah Rt Hon indicates that they are on the Privy Council.. and what's what all about? It's a way of making laws without bothering with parliament!

      Once upon a time you had to be pretty important to get on the privy council... now every Tom, Dick and Dick Head are on it.

      Thanks very much for the lovely compliment. I'm humbled by it... There are far far better ones than this though.... Wings, Scot Goes Pop, Fazzledown, Bateman, Grumpy... immediately come to mind, but there are many more. These guys are changing people's opinions. We are lucky to have them.


  8. Talking of "right honourables" and "non right honourables" have you seen this in the Telegraph concerning the thug hiding amongst the Labour M.P.'s?

    Anything to grab MORE money for themselves or their mates and get freebies done at the cost to the electorate!

    1. I can't read that on the Telegraph. There's a paywall on it. And it's been removed from the Icelandic site that gives you them for free.

      Can you give me the bones of it? Has Davidson been on the fiddle?

  9. Yes my Local Mp Brandon Lewis is also on this list it does not surprise me at all he has no interest in his local constituents , But he Rents his own house out because it is in Negative equity , but rents another in the same Town at the Tax payers expense not against parliament rules[IT should be ] but morally wrong just shows how uncaring an MP he is

    1. Yes Anon. I can't see how it can be even legal, never mind moral, to rent out your own house and then charge rent for another one to the taxpayer.

      These people are chancers and getting caught only put a temporary brake on their thievery.

  10. All these comments moaning, makes me laugh, they are poor because they are lazy slobs who can't be bothered to get a job! I would vote against it too. Let them raid the bins for food!

    1. Well, I'm glad we've given you something to laugh about Anonymous.

      It's always good to do that.

      They are raiding bins for food. Children a school have been spotted looking for food in bins.

      Really impressive for a country with nukes and the 4th biggest military spend in the world.

      Makes mr Cameron look like a fatter version of mr Mugabe.