Labour MP Tulip Siddiq ‘made a threatening remark’ to pregnant TV journalist


A Labour MP has been accused of threatening a pregnant channel 4 producer.

Channel 4 attempted to question Tulip Siddiq about a British barrister detained in Bangladesh.

The MPs aunt is the Prime Minister of Bangladesh.

The Labour MP refused to help the British barrister and instead started attacking the channel 4 news team.

She said: “Are you aware I am a British MP?”

“I am born in London, are you implying I’m a Bangladeshi politician? Because I don’t think that’s the right thing to imply.”

“You need to be very careful, I’m a Labour MP”

Tulip Siddiq then appeared to attack the Channel 4 producer.

Ms Ayliffe: “Hope you have a great birth because child labour is hard.”

In a tweet yesterday, Ms Ayliffe said: “The perils of being a pregnant journalist: An MP might use it against you.”

The MP later issued an apology.

Yesterday she said: “I want to apologise unreservedly for my comments to Channel 4’s producer, which were an offhand and ill-judged attempt to deal with what I felt was a hostile situation.

“I would never want to upset her and I hope she accepts my apology.”

A Labour MP has just called all Brexit voters STUPID

The Labour MP Barry Sheerman has been accused of calling all Brexit voters stupid during a ferocious TV debate.

This is the sort of thing that us Brexiteers had to put up with time and time again both before and after the 2016 EU Referendum, and it seems that some people still haven’t got the message!

The accusation was made because in contrast Sheerman was making the point that towns and cities with a higher amount of ‘educated people’ voted Remain, as in places that have a university or other places with a higher education presence.

According to a report in The Sun:

BREXIT voters were branded stupid by a Labour backbencher – who said “the better educated people” voted Remain.

Barry Sheerman sparked uproar by saying: “You can actually see the pattern, nearly all the university towns voted Remain.”

His remarks were branded “snobbery” by Tory MP Stuart Andrew.

They came in a TV debate about a letter sent to unis by Tory backbencher Chris Heaton Harris – asking for names of professors teaching courses involving Brexit.

Mr Sheerman tweeted that he was pleased his comments on the link “between Brexit support and lower education attainment has stimulated debate”.

Meanwhile, Brexit talks hit a fresh stalemate as the UK stalls on new discussions.

The best thing about all of this is that people can call Leave voters ‘stupid’ until the cows come home because it won’t change anything in the long run.

51.9% voted to Leave, and to call more than half (also known as a MAJORITY) of the turnout any kind of rude name is pretty much making yourself unelectable in the future.