Labour loudmouth Stella Creasy MP proves herself to be nothing but a petulant pain in the arse in moaning about not being able to breastfeed her brat in the House of Commons
The Tories have made an utter berk of themselves by not speedily dealing with greedy grabbers like “I prefer to be in the BVI to Britain” Sir Geoffrey Cox QC and “I jolly well don’t need to explain all my second jobs” Owen Paterson, but in Thursday’s The Guardian, Labour’s Stella Creasy set herself apart as an arrogant and utterly out-of-touch piece of toerag.
Writing to moan about how she’s outraged about not being able to perform a “Tamara Ecclestone” and titty-feed her blessed brat in the House of Commons, Creasy – who is paid a basic salary of £81,932 plus allowed to claim vast expenses that those working in the private sector would never get – stated: “I was baffled to be told I cannot take [my child] into Parliament with me.”
Going further, this whingeing woman bleated about “antiquated rules” and complained that both she and her son, Pip, have been made to feel “unwelcome” in the House of Commons.
Avoiding the fact that Parliament is meant to be a place where legislature is made rather than a creche full of screeching kiddies, the “grandstanding” MP for Walthamstow then added:
“Parliament denied me maternity cover on the basis that democracy demands no one else can substitute for me. With little support from the authorities or indeed my own political party, I have worked as best I can while managing the needs of my now 13-week-old son.”
“Challenging this is not about me – frankly it is too late to recoup the precious early weeks with my son. Those who suffer the most are the residents of my Walthamstow constituency – denied a voice in parliament by antiquated rules, met by a tired and frazzled mum in their constituency.”
Elsewhere this morning, the MailOnline reported that Creasy had been spotted last night at The Spectator Parliamentarian of the Year Awards at 11pm at night with her child in tow. Aside from being criticised for this irresponsible and inconsiderate behaviour to both her son and others present, she was slammed by ‘Red Wall’ Conservative MP Scott Benton.
Of her, the Blackpool South MP raged: “Parents who get paid a fraction of what you do pay for childcare and juggle responsibilities so they can go to work. What makes you so special?” whilst Susan Hall, who leads the Tories on the Greater London Assembly quite sesnibly added: “Mothers have to find childcare in the real world, it’s what they do.”
Nobody forced Stella Creasy to become a Member of Parliament and nobody forced her to become a parent. Given her salary surely allows her to be able to afford childcare, why doesn’t she just hire someone to help her if she’s so stressed? It is time that this over-entitled woman did just one thing instead: Put a bloody sock in it on this subject and put her paid work for her constituents first.
Pictured top – The Member for Walthamstow has repeatedly brought her child to Parliament in spite of this being in breach of current rules.
She presumably has an office in Parliament… why not keep her baby there with the nanny she can afford so the rest of the world doesn’t have to see her breast feed. I know breast feeding is natural .. so is having a dump. Don’t want to see you defaecating either.
Spot on, as ever, Margaret.
If she’s such a ‘tired and frazzled mom’ as she makes out, not helped by keeping the poor kid out till 11pm at night, then perhaps she’s not the right person to be representing Walthamstow?
………..fair enough except ‘the screeching kiddies’ likely make more sense than the natives!
This type of story makes my bloody blood boil, who the hell does she think she is, the Duchess Meeegain? While there is nothing wrong with breast feeding, Parliament is not the place for babies in the first place, and why is this child being taken to functions at 11pm, is it just to be seen, what a hard working mum I am?
If you can’t do the job your paid a very nice salary to do, along with all the other perks, nobody else in the real world gets, then get your snout out of the, tax payer entitlement trough, and let somebody else do it.