Op-ed: British PM David Cameron was on his feet for a couple of hours today as he made a full announcement and brief debate on the UK EU in or out referendum.
This writer opted to just catch the last few minutes when there was just a handful of MPS left in the House of Commons and those bottoms occupying the Tory benches appeared to belong to Cameron faithful busily trying to suck up to their party leader.
John Bercow the Speaker of the House of Commons was there and his presence evident but earlier he was either asleep, not doing his job or AWOL.
It is sickening to read in the Independent that Tory backbenches opted to try once again to drown out the words of the leader of the Labour Party, the official political opposition in the Commons but this time they overstepped the public school bully boy mark.
Chanting 'who are ya' as Mr Corbyn began to speak shows the Tories in all their despicable glory. A bunch of hoodlums who do not respect democracy or our parliament. Neither do they respect the electorate many of whom will have tuned in.
Once again however it illustrates how afraid the Tories are of Mr Corbyn and how rotten the Commons and the role of Speaker are these days.
If they had nothing to fear from Corbyn they would let him speak and make a pig's ear of it. They however know that he is an intelligent and thoughtful speaker and they are scared to let him be heard.
They prefer mob rule tactics to put Corbyn off and distract him.
But in doing so they bring their party into disrepute and do nothing to further the Tory cause.
Those who continue to attempt to undermine Mr Corbyn from within Labour are no better and let their voters down time and time again.
The Tories are divided and in disarray over the EU ref and will clutch at any straws to hide that fact.
So tonight on Twitter we respond and ask #WhoAreYaCameron and we hope you will join us.
[Check out the Independent report here which begins "Last week - like him - I was in Brussels, meeting with heads of government and leaders of European socialist parties, one of whom said to me - The footballers' heckle 'Who are ya?' rang out from the Conservative backbenches, and was met with laughter. But the braying didn't die down. Instead it escalated until several Tory MPs were chanting #Who are you?' over and over and over while others rocked in their seats with laughter.]
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