A few weeks ago Tory MP Jonathan Gullis was filmed chewing on his fingers in the Commons.
He also went on a rant about teachers going on strike claiming they are being controlled by union leaders who are “Bolsheviks and commies”.
He said: “I am very worried seeing teachers going on strike, because it is the pupils who will suffer most, particularly disadvantaged pupils from areas such as Stoke-on-Trent North, Kidsgrove and Talke. While I am a huge admirer of the incredible work that teachers do, they are sadly being cajoled out of the classroom by baron bosses in unions such as the “Not Education Union”, led by Bolshevik Bousted and Commie Courtney, along with their Labour mates, to make sure that kids continue to suffer. What can we do to ensure pupils will not be victims any further?”
But this is nothing compared to his comment today about missing migrant children.
Peter Kyle MP tweeted: “Tulip Sadiq asks the prime minister about the welfare of 200 unaccompanied migrant children who’ve gone missing. Tory MP Jonathan Gullis heckles ‘well they shouldn’t have come here illegally’. Just when you think you’ve heard it all, the Tory Party find a new low.”
Harsh or fair?