The self described “angriest MP” in Parliament has exposed himself to be nothing more than Welwyn Hatfield’s weakest link in another blow to his constituents.
Grant Shapps, who described himself as Parliament’s ‘angriest MP’ over the rail fiasco affecting thousands of Welwyn Hatfield Commuters has faced widespread ridicule after voting AGAINST Labour’s motion of no confidence in the highly criticised Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling.
Didn’t you vote in parliament recently to keep Grayling in office (although very obviously not in power)?— WGCitizens (@WGCitizens) June 25, 2018
In doing so, you put party before constituents (as weak politicians so often do). And yet you’re still tweeting on as if this matter is of concern to you? Grubby politics.
A single has always been marginally cheaper— Matthew Wilson (@Discworld101) June 25, 2018
Massively disappointed in my MP @grantshapps vote yesterday. Shows he doesn’t suppprt his constituents. Stuck again tonight and delayed home.— Clair (@ClairBearStare) June 20, 2018
Any guesses to how ole' Shapps voted? pic.twitter.com/W9p8t1hZjr— Max 🌹 (@MightyMaxUK) June 19, 2018
Only Labour can deliver a rail network that puts people before profit, caps fares and invests in our railways with better, more reliable services.