UK Politics: Dawn Butler ejected from Commons for repeatedly branding Boris Johnson a liar

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Dawn Butler was told to leave by the chair after delivering an extraordinary rant about how ‘poor people have paid with their lives’ because of the PM ‘misleading the House’. The former frontbencher was asked to withdraw her remarks – which flouted parliamentary etiquette rules – by fellow Labour MP Judith Cummins, who was presiding over the session. But she flatly refused to do so, insisting she had thought about it and still felt the same way.

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Rex Rampage July 23, 2021 - 12:16 AM

I'm so glad "Dawn the Brawn" got kicked out.

colin poole July 23, 2021 - 12:19 AM

She’s a lady of colour. She’s beyond reproach. That’s how it works now

Teal Hack July 23, 2021 - 12:20 AM

he is a fascist liar

The Ultimate Girlfriend July 23, 2021 - 12:28 AM

People in the comments are focused on the colour of her skin but she’s stating FACTS. your beloved boris and Matt and the rest of them are LIARS! This entire PLANDEMIC IS A BIG FAT LIE and you sheep’s are going along with it.

Matthew Smith July 23, 2021 - 12:37 AM

You know it’s bad when you agree with labour

Jonny G July 23, 2021 - 12:42 AM

At last some truth spoken in that building. She should have refused to leave. Make them physically remove you for telling the truth.

Alex Miller July 23, 2021 - 12:45 AM

We need more like her she has a backbone 👍

xrp-boss July 23, 2021 - 1:08 AM

open letter,

Pub landlords and landladies, pub owners and breweries, night clubs, night club management, night club owners and large venue owners and management.

Unfortunately it seems that our country is under constant attack by our own government.

They are set on the complete removal of our freedom and the right to privacy just so they have ultimate power and control.

We respectfully ask if you are complicit in the act of segregating large sections of society, because they are unwilling to accept a medication being forced on them by using blackmail and coercion.

If you are complicit, you should be warned that this will be seen as a direct violation of our rights,
by following the orders passed from our corrupt government you are clearly a key part of the plan to blackmail and coerce people into accepting the forced medication.

You may think you’re doing the right thing and under the misapprehension that you are helping people, but I can assure you that you are not.

There will be grave consequences for blindly going along with this and I can also assure you that
“I was just following orders”
will not be a defence when we hold people accountable for what they have done.

If you or your company know that what the corrupt U.K. government is doing is wrong on every level, and want to stand up for what’s right, then you stand with millions of people.
If you think that what they are doing is okay then you stand against us.

We the people are compiling two lists, one is for those that are following the orders of the corrupt U.K. government, and the other is for those that don’t. The list of order followers will all be served with a
NOTICE OF LIABILITY to start the process.

To eliminate confusion or doubt.
A Notice of Liability is a legal document that holds the named recipient liable for any damage, harm or loss caused by any action or inaction taken by the recipient.

This means that should you enforce the orders given to not allow people onto your premises without being “double jabbed” or forced to hand over private medical information.
And in turn should this cause somebody to sight you or your industry as the reason for getting the “jabs”, and they have any adverse reaction or die, you shall be held liable, responsible and accountable.

This is the thin end of the wedge, and it’s only going to get worse, unless you help to stop it by showing you want to stand with the people, and in turn protect your industry, the fact that they want you to enforce the orders shows how spineless they are by getting you to do their dirty work.

This is your chance to stand with the people to stop it going any further, if you are not part of the solution then you are part of the problem and will be dealt with and treated as such.

Peace, love and strength.

The People.

saltney17 July 23, 2021 - 1:17 AM

authoritarian UK

mark riding July 23, 2021 - 1:17 AM

I always like The Emporers New Clothes….thanks for updating it Dawn xx

Deano14397 July 23, 2021 - 1:21 AM

bUt bOrIS gOt BrExIt dUn 🤪

ian forde July 23, 2021 - 1:22 AM

Talking truth to power . Power can't handle it. Dawn Butler has got some serious guts . About time Bozo was called a liar in parliament to. Well done that woman

J P July 23, 2021 - 1:39 AM

Wow…. my parents always told me to tell the truth…. no matter what. Do it now and your literally thrown out of your workplace…. welcone to the UK… i mean China…. we are f@#$%d

Paulie Walnuts July 23, 2021 - 1:50 AM

Dirty liar.
Lockdown killed 328000.

Mike July 23, 2021 - 2:03 AM

I never thought I'd ever hear an utterance of truth in that sordid chamber ever again, but Dawn Butler is a Hero and she will forever now remain a british hero in my eyes. Because we all know it is true, and we all know that he is a puppet!

Mike July 23, 2021 - 2:05 AM

Now the pure, Corrupt, dripping seething tyranny that lawds over this island is Open for everyone to see. May we all take our freedom back and cast these evil people where they belong.

colin Campbell July 23, 2021 - 2:13 AM

43. The Speaker, or the chairman, shall order any Member or Members whose conduct is grossly disorderly to withdraw immediately from the House during the remainder of that day's sitting; and the Serjeant at Arms shall act on such orders as he may receive from the chair in pursuance of this order. But if on any occasion the Speaker, or the chairman, deems that his powers under the previous provisions of this order are inadequate, he may name such Member or Members, in which event the same procedure shall be followed as is prescribed by Standing Order No. 44 (Order in debate). Disorderly conduct.

colin Campbell July 23, 2021 - 2:14 AM

44.—(1) Whenever a Member shall have been named by the Speaker, or by the chairman, immediately after the commission of the offence of disregarding the authority of the chair, or of persistently and wilfully obstructing the business of the House by abusing the rules of the House or otherwise, then if the offence has been committed by such Member in the House, the Speaker shall forthwith put the question, on a motion being made, 'That such Member be suspended from the service of the House'; and if the offence has been committed in a committee of the whole House, the chairman shall forthwith suspend the proceedings of the committee and report the circumstances to the House; and the Speaker shall on a motion being made forthwith put the same question, as if the offence had been committed in the House itself. Order in debate.
Proceedings in pursuance of this paragraph, though opposed, may be decided after the expiration of the time for opposed business.
(2) If any Member be suspended under paragraph (1) of this order, his suspension on the first occasion shall continue for five sitting days, and on the second occasion for twenty sitting days, including in either case the day on which he was suspended, but, on any subsequent occasion, until the House shall resolve that the suspension of such Member do terminate.
(3) Not more than one Member shall be named at the same time, unless two or more Members, present together, have jointly disregarded the authority of the chair.
(4) If a Member, or two or more Members acting jointly, who have been suspended under this order from the service of the House, shall refuse to obey the direction of the Speaker, when severally summoned under the Speaker's orders by the Serjeant at Arms to obey such direction, the Speaker shall call the attention of the House to the fact that recourse to force is necessary in order to compel obedience to his direction, and the Member or Members named by him as having refused to obey his direction shall thereupon and without any further question being put be suspended from the service of the House during the remainder of the session.
(5) Nothing in this order shall be taken to deprive the House of the power of proceeding against any Member according to ancient usages.