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Photo of Ian McCartney Ian McCartney Labour, Makerfield 2:30, 20 October 2009

I agree with everything that my right hon. Friend has said. I wish him and our colleagues well in reaching a successful conclusion with a run-off.

Does my right hon. Friend have any comment to make about the complaint by the chief rabbi of Poland about the recent election of Michal Kaminski to the leadership of the Conservative group, given his neo-Nazi links? Does my right hon. Friend think that that was an appropriate election, supported as it was by the leaders of the Opposition in this country?


Bill Burrows
Posted on 21 Oct 2009 10:57 am (Report this annotation)

The brass neck of McCartney never ceases to amaze me. In his first paragraph he supports the most corrupt Leader the world has seen for years, in Karsai. (Mind you, he's still under investigation himself)
Then he critisises the Tory's political assocciations, showing complete disregard for his own parties involvement with Libya, or the past and present war criminals in his party.
The sooner he is gone the better.