Jan 312015

Esther McVey, having brought misery to millions, firstly as a breakfast TV presenter, and then as a Tory Government Minister, is heading for a special sort of misery and embarrassment of her own (with thanks to Joe Halewood (@SpeyeJoe) for spotting this:

Its rare for a sitting government minister to be unseated at a general election, very very rare, but when it happens to a Tory, its worth savouring.

But when it is likely to happen to a Tory Minister as Nasty, cruel, unscrupulous, and hated as Esther McVile, the very prospect of it should be shared to enjoy by all.

Even the Tories must hate Esther, otherwise why would they leave her in a seat where her majority is only 2436 !

We are so looking forward to saying “Bye Bye Esther, it wasn’t nice knowing you.

Look out for further news of our exciting countrywide Revenge Tour coming soon.



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 Posted by at 22:49

  6 Responses to “Bye Bye Esther, It wasn’t nice knowing you.”

  1. Sandra,that creature doesn’t represent the people of Bootle, she represents the people of Wirral West, Hoylake, and West Kirby. Bootle is one of the safest labour seats in the Country.

    • Sorry to disagree with you but the only thing she represents is her own career, as with all Tories she cares not one iota for the electorate

  2. the sooner this vile creature departs along with the rest of her revolting gang the better…it only remains to see if the good common sense of the folks in Bootle Liverpool do the right thing and rid themselves of this creature once and for all.

  3. I can’t quite believe how happy that makes me feel – I know I will be one of millions to be thinking and feeling the same 🙂
    Perhaps it should be tweeted as #ByeByeEsther. I can’t do it as I don’t tweet.

  4. Words cannot describe how good this has made me feel tonight.

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