Apparently in reference to the police investigation in the wake of the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal, Tory deputy chairman Michael Fabricant tweeted:
“Imagine if the police started arresting everyone whoever [sic] smoked a joint at uni back in the 60s and 70s. (Time to move to Argentina!)”
The missive followed on from a message regarding the arrests of Max Clifford and Stuart Hall on suspicion of sexual offences. While he attempted to delete the offending tweet, the PoliticsHome team have grabbed a copy from their PhiWire.
Blonde bombshell and Conservative MP for Lichfield Michael Fabricant took to the mic at a local festival in his constituency recently. Scrapbook apologises in advance for possibly the worst rendition of Bob Dylan’s “The Times Are a Changing” of all time:
No stranger to creative endeavours, Fabricant was formerly an adviser to the BBC for their acclaimed political drama series House of Cards, in which he appears in a cameo role as a fictional member of parliament.