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Wednesday 26 August 2020 6.57pm
Shocked and saddened reading what Neil Coyle has written on Twitter and the Disgusting language he used.
As a resident of Southwark I feel he needs to apologise .
Wednesday 26 August 2020 10.46pm
I read his Tweet and the list of comments that followed (now deleted) and many suggested he was drunk. I was shocked at the language he used and in my opinion it was inappropriate for an MP to use on a public platform. But he does have a history of this: last September, after surviving a deselection threat, he promised to clean up his Twitter feed after gaining a reputation for turning the air blue. Part of his statement today said ďIf anyone is offended they can unfollow, thatís how Twitter works.Ē What a dimbo!
Wednesday 26 August 2020 11.05pm
I agree. He must have been drunk, surely? Mind you, he does have a tendency to mouth off sometimes. MPs ainít what they used to be. No class.
Thursday 27 August 2020 7.23am
He'll change his tune when he gets his Lordship.
Thursday 27 August 2020 9.30am
Cant we petition for him to stand down over his vulgar language?
Friday 28 August 2020 10.01am
Any politician who has the guts to tell Tory Brexiteers what he thinks of them gets my vote!
Friday 28 August 2020 10.11am
It's not only what you say it's the way that you say it.
Whilst sharing his views on Tory Brexiteers and Tory believers in Boris, and all he stands for in general, I do believe that less abusive language would have more effect and attract more supporters.
Friday 28 August 2020 4.19pm
If an MP thinks another MP is a prick, why should he call him an honourable member?
Friday 28 August 2020 4.49pm
Because it is unparliamentary language and rules is rules.
Saturday 29 August 2020 9.09am
Thebunhouse wrote:
Because it is unparliamentary language and rules is rules.

So - allowable outside the House of Commons.
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