Labour MPs Cheer Jokes About Killing the Royal Family and Lynching Female Tory Minister at Remembrance Sunday Event.


Tory Employment Minister Esther McVey subject of horrific jokes

LABOUR MPs have been caught out cheering jokes about killing the Royal Family and murdering a Tory Cabinet minister at a horrifying Remembrance Sunday event, TBG can reveal

The "anti-war comedy night" even featured remarks sensationally mocking the ceramic poppies at the Tower of London as Labour MPs cheered jokes about lynching female Tory MP Esther McVey and killing a member of the Royal family, in what's been labelled by reports as a "sick" alternative poppy day 'comedy' night.

Sources reveal that one Labour MP whipped up calls for violent attacks on women, and said that Tory Employment Minister Esther McVey was a "bastard" who should be be "lynched".

Another Labour supporter ranted - "I’m not a fan of the Royal Family, they are parasites".

Senior Tories claim that - "This is the true face of Ed Miliband's Labour Party in 2014, when they think that no one is watching."

Among those attending the event at a club in Covent Garden were former shadow minister Diane Abbott and Left-wing MP Jeremy Corbyn.