Apr 30 2013
Chris Spivey/The Telegraph
So, back in 2011 the mug puppet, Shipley MP Philip Davies stated that the disabled should work for less than minimum wage… What a fucking Jeremy Hunt that man is.
Course, it goes without saying that given his own way Davies would scrap the minimum wage altogether. Then again, he fucking would do wouldn’t he.
Just another case of a rich ponce MP wishing to target the poorest and weakest members of society really.
I feel sure that the fucktard Ian Smiff will be backing Davies for promotion with double standards such as those.
Lucky then that I can link every single one of our 650 nonce ponce MP’s to sleaze.
And with that being the case, lazy Davies – a typical Tory homophobe despite the vast majority of them all being closet gays themselves – is included in that number.
It is however worth mentioning, that the slimey toad wart – who just so happens to be a closet racist also – did actually do something quite honourable… once.
Unbelievable I know. But true all the same.
You see, In 2012 he contacted the Metropolitan Police and urged them to re-open the investigation into ex-Labour MP Denis MacShane’s expenses claims.
That is to say that it would have been an honourable act, had it not been for the thieving toe-rags gross hypocrisy.
I say that because between 2005 (when Davies first won his seat) and 2009, he racked up a cool £622,200 in expenses. Well over half a million quid in 4 fucking years. That is on top of his over inflated wages… Unbe-fucking-lievable!
So did he earn it?
Did he fuck!
The following is from the Ayes to the left website:
Davies has filled in approximately 18 surveys in 2010 (Remunerated employment, office, profession etc) and received payment of a total of £1.185 for approximately 5 hours 40 mins work – which is approximately £237 per hour (well above the national minimum wage).
Hmmm. Perhaps we should report the thieving cunt to the Met.
Interestingly enough, or not as the case might be, Davies started his working life as a bookmaker.
“Any parliamentary sleaze connected to Davies and gambling organisations Spivey?”
Obviously. The following is from Wikipedia:
In 2012 Davies was exposed for accepting gifts from bookmaking organisations whilst at the same time calling for them to be given tax concessions by the UK Government. Subsequently he also supported offshore bookmakers by opposing a Point of Consumption Tax on online gambling. In 2013 it was announnced that Davies was to be investigated by the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards in relation to his support of offshore bookmakers.
Hands up who thinks Dirty Dick Davies is a cunt?
In 2011 Davies abandoned his wife and 2 kids, like most of the self obsessed fat prick MP’s do sooner or later.
He now shares a flat with the MP Esther McVey, who just so happens to have been a good friend of Kate McCann. She even helped the McCann’s to set up the controversial Madeleine McCann Fund.
The following is from the McCann Files Website:
Esther McVey is a long-time friend of Kate McCann and was spokesperson for Madeleine’s Fund from its launch in May 2007.
Esther and Kate first met in 1986, when they were both 18, at the North East Technical College in West Derby, where they were studying A-levels together.
She joined the board of Madeleine’s Fund on 20 June 2007 and continued her role as spokesperson for the Fund until her resignation, announced in January 2008.
Ms McVey has remained-tight lipped as to the reason, or reasons, behind her resignation – a rather ironic position, considering her desire to become a Member of Parliament and given her former and current roles in the media/PR.
Her own website, on which she once displayed an online petition in support of the McCanns, now contains no mention of Madeleine McCann at all.
“Cool Spivey, but what in the name of nonce ponce MP’s has that got to do with Dickhead Davies’s unforgivable statement that the disabled should work for less than the minimum wage?”
Nothing really, except that since 2012 McVey has been the Minister for Disabled People… You really, really couldn’t make this shit up.
Disabled should work for less than minimum wage, Tory MP suggests
People with disabilities should be paid less than the minimum wage, a Conservative MP suggested yesterday, prompting angry criticism from rights campaigners.
By Tim Ross, and Robert Winnett
7:30AM BST 18 Jun 2011
Philip Davies, the MP for Shipley, claimed the disabled or those with mental health problems were at a disadvantage because they could not offer to work for less money.
Relaxing the law would help some to compete more effectively for jobs in “the real world” in which they are “by definition” less productive than those without disabilities, he claimed.
The remarks stunned MPs on all sides and forced Downing Street to distance the Prime Minister from Mr Davies. Charities and equality campaigners condemned the suggestion as “outrageous”. During a Parliamentary debate, Mr Davies told MPs that the minimum wage of £5.93 per hour meant disabled people who wanted to work found the door being “closed in their face”.
“The people who are most disadvantaged by the national minimum wage are the most vulnerable in society,” he said. “My concern about it is it prevents those people from being given the opportunity to get the first rung on the employment ladder.”
He said that, during a visit to the charity Mind, he had spoken to people with mental health problems who viewed it as “inevitable” that someone without such difficulties would be offered a job ahead of them.
Sophie Corlett, of Mind, described Mr Davies’s suggestion as “preposterous”. “People with mental health problems should not be considered a source of cheap labour and should be paid appropriately for the jobs they do,” she said.
Dame Anne Begg, the Labour MP who heads the Commons work and pensions committee and uses a wheelchair, said Mr Davies’s remarks were “outrageous and unacceptable”.
A Downing Street spokesman added: “The Government would reject any suggestion for disabled people to be able to opt out of the national minimum wage. The aim of the national minimum wage is to establish fairness in the workplace and one of its key principles is to protect the most vulnerable workers.”
The MP was warned that he would be questioned over the remarks by the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
A commission spokesman asked: “Is he arguing that Richard Branson, by definition, is less productive than people who don’t have dyslexia? Or that Winston Churchill was unfit to run the country because of his depression?”
Mr Davies appeared unrepentant, however, blaming criticism running on the Twitter microblogging website on “Left-wing hysteria”. He later told BBC Radio 4 that disabled people should be allowed to “prove themselves” before moving up the pay scale.