Meet the 2 Tory MPs who today stopped a bill to protect tenants from revenge evictions

Pride's Purge

(not satire – it’s the Tories)

A private members’ bill which would have protected Britain’s 9 million tenants from revenge evictions by callous landlords was stopped by just two Tory MPs today – despite the fact their own party supposedly supported the bill.

Christopher Chope – Tory MP for Christchurch – and Philip Davies – Tory MP for Shipley – both talked for over an hour during the debate in order to make sure the bill ran out of time:

9 million renters. One missed opportunity.

Let’s hope the thousands of voters who rent in Christchurch and Shipley remember their MPs’ actions at the election in May next year.

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1 Response to Meet the 2 Tory MPs who today stopped a bill to protect tenants from revenge evictions

  1. Sandra says:

    Christchurch and Shipley? all parties were involved in abandoning this bill. If not then let them come out in protest against this gross injustice. Rabble.

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