Ukip candidate Garry Cockrill said: “Ukip would get rid of these equality laws which are no such thing.Strong stuff! As you can expect, the Labour man was firmly for such legislation. But what did his Tory opponent think?
“Christians are being discriminated against since this act has come to pass.”
Tory David Amess said: “I won’t get involved in this argument.Well, there you go.
“If the law said it’s wrong than so be it.”
Never mind if a law is not working as intended, never mind if it is being operated in such a manner that it clearly gives people the impression that certain offences are not religiously motivated despite what we can all see in front of our eyes, while others feel the full weight of the law.
The law's the law! Never will David Amess criticise it!
Except when it comers to expenses...
Speaking about his record and the recent crisis engulfing parliament, Mr Amess said: “I’ve always been a community and constituency politician.So what? Your fellow MPs broke the law. Some of them - not enough, by a long chalk - are facing court proceedings.
“Our country has been destroyed and our parliament has been destroyed.
“My position has been greatly diminished.”
Go tell them “If the law said it’s wrong than so be it”...