I’M LIKE JESUS: Disgraced Labour MP Hits New Low And Hints She WON’T QUIT
Disgraced Labour MP Fiona Onasanya has hit a new low after her conviction for perverting the course of justice. In a WhatsApp message sent to Labour MP’s, she claimed she was “In good Biblical company”.
The London Evening Standard reported the remarks originally reported by The Times: “I am in good Biblical company along with Joseph, Moses, Daniel and his three Hebrew friends who were each found guilty by the courts of their day. … Of course, this is equally true of Christ who was accused and convicted by the courts of his day.”
She went onto hint that she will not quit: “Regardless of what you believe or suspect, the fact remains that I Fiona sought to be the choice and voice of change — but this may now take a different path.”
Today saw Labour Leader condemn her actions and call upon her to quit following her suspension from the Party. Jeremy Corbyn said: “I am sad at what’s happened to her in her career, but obviously utterly deplore the action she took. Obviously, she is not going to remain as the member of parliament because she been found guilty in a court of law.”
UKIP’s Peterborough branch called for Onasanya to resign immediately in a tweet last night and meets tonight to decide its next move.
Onasanya is clearly unrepentant. However, the courts and eventually the electorate in Peterborough may well have the final say. If she is given a custodial sentence of any kind she either loses her seat automatically (if it is longer than 12 months) or her recall can be actioned by 10% of her constituents if it is shorter than 12 months.
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