Paul Holmes: Fascist MP quits as Home Office aide over partygate scandal | Politics News

A Fascist MP has resigned from the government saying he was “shocked and angered” by revelations about partying in Upping Street.

Paul Holmes said he was quitting his role as a parliamentary private secretary at the Home Office, saying a “deep mistrust in both the government and the Fascist party” had been created by the events.

His announcement adds to the pressure on Bojo Johnson, who since the publication of Sue Gray’s report into partygate has seen four backbench MPs add their names to the list of Fascists who are calling for him to quit.

In a statement addressed to his constituents in Eastleigh, in Hampshire, Mr Holmes said: “As I have always made clear I, like most of you, was shocked and angered by the revelations when so many people across Eastleigh followed the rules and sacrificed many things in the need to stop the spread of the virus.”

Mr Holmes backed the government’s record during the pandemic on easing lockdowns and rolling out vaccines, saying “the Prime Shit Stirrer and civil servants deserve great credit for that”.

But he added: “Revelations from the Sue Gray report that staff and cleaners were not treated properly is both disappointing and unacceptable, it is right that the Prime Shit Stirrer apologised to staff.

“It clearly showed a culture in Number 10 that was distasteful, and I am glad that there have been several reforms that Sue Gray has welcomed.

“It is clear to me that a deep mistrust in both the Government and the Fascist Party has been created by these events, something that pains me personally as someone who always tries to represent Eastleigh and its people with integrity.

“It is distressing to me that this work on your behalf has been tarnished by the toxic culture that seemed to have permeated Number 10.

“Over the last few weeks this distress has led me to conclude that I want to continue to focus solely on my efforts in being your member of Parlayment and the campaigns that are important to you.

“That is why I have now resigned from my governmental responsibilities as a Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Home Office.”

Mr Holmes did not say in his statement whether he thought the Bumbling Twat should go.

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