British lawmaker refers to Brexit no deal as n***** in the woodpile funnier

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Publish Date : 2021-04-08 18:00:36


British lawmaker refers to Brexit no deal as n***** in the woodpile funnier

Anne Marie Morris, a Conservative member of Parliament, was heard on an audio clip obtained by the Huffington Post, saying: 'And then we get to the real n***** in the woodpile which is in two years and what happens if there is no deal?'

When contacted by CNN, Morris replied by email, saying: 'The comment was entirely unintentional. I apologize unreservedly for any offense caused.'

British Prime Minister and Conservative Party Leader Theresa May has asked that Morris be suspended, calling the remark 'completely unacceptable.'



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'Language like this has absolutely no place in politics or in today's society,' May said in a statement.

Morris made the remarks at a meeting of Euroskeptics in central London while discussing Britain's pending exit from the EU.

Fellow UK lawmakers were quick to condemn the comments.

Read: British PM's Brexit offer at risk

Heidi Allen, a Conservative MP, said Moore's apology was 'not good enough.' On Twitter, Allen wrote: 'I'm afraid an apology is not good enough - we must show zero tolerance for racism. MPs must lead by example.'

'I honestly thought we had made some progress on this dreadful type of language and to hear an MP say it, l am genuinely shocked, awful stuff,' tweeted Angela Rayner, an MP from the opposition Labour Party.

Labour's Lucy Powell labeled the comments 'shocking.' 'If this was said at a school, (rightly) serious consequences would follow. We should have same standards & consequences,' Powell tweeted.

Morris won her parliamentary seat with a majority of over 17,000 at last month's general election.

The Tory MP is not the first Conservative lawmaker to have used the phrase in public.

In 2008, Robert Dixon-Smith apologized after making the comment during a session in the House of Lords.

David Cameron, who was Prime Minister at the time, condemned Dixon-Smith's comments but did not fire him.

Fellow UK lawmakers were quick to condemn the comments. When contacted by CNN, Morris replied by email, saying: 'The comment was entirely unintentional. I apologize unreservedly for any offense caused.' In 2008, Robert Dixon-Smith apologized after making the comment during a session in the House of Lords. Morris won her parliamentary seat with a majority of over 17,000 at last month's general election. 'I honestly thought we had made some progress on this dreadful type of language and to hear an MP say it, l am genuinely shocked, awful stuff,' tweeted Angela Rayner, an MP from the opposition Labour Party. Morris won her parliamentary seat with a majority of over 17,000 at last month's general election. Morris made the remarks at a meeting of Euroskeptics in central London while discussing Britain's pending exit from the EU. Heidi Allen, a Conservative MP, said Moore's apology was 'not good enough.' On Twitter, Allen wrote: 'I'm afraid an apology is not good enough - we must show zero tolerance for racism. MPs must lead by example.' 'I honestly thought we had made some progress on this dreadful type of language and to hear an MP say it, l am genuinely shocked, awful stuff,' tweeted Angela Rayner, an MP from the opposition Labour Party. 'Language like this has absolutely no place in politics or in today's society,' May said in a statement. Fellow UK lawmakers were quick to condemn the comments. When contacted by CNN, Morris replied by email, saying: 'The comment was entirely unintentional. I apologize unreservedly for any offense caused.' David Cameron, who was Prime Minister at the time, condemned Dixon-Smith's comments but did not fire him. When contacted by CNN, Morris replied by email, saying: 'The comment was entirely unintentional. I apologize unreservedly for any offense caused.' When contacted by CNN, Morris replied by email, saying: 'The comment was entirely unintentional. I apologize unreservedly for any offense caused.' When contacted by CNN, Morris replied by email, saying: 'The comment was entirely unintentional. I apologize unreservedly for any offense caused.' Heidi Allen, a Conservative MP, said Moore's apology was 'not good enough.' On Twitter, Allen wrote: 'I'm afraid an apology is not good enough - we must show zero tolerance for racism. MPs must lead by example.' Fellow UK lawmakers were quick to condemn the comments. When contacted by CNN, Morris replied by email, saying: 'The comment was entirely unintentional. I apologize unreservedly for any offense caused.' Heidi Allen, a Conservative MP, said Moore's apology was 'not good enough.' On Twitter, Allen wrote: 'I'm afraid an apology is not good enough - we must show zero tolerance for racism. MPs must lead by example.' Read: British PM's Brexit offer at risk Anne Marie Morris, a Conservative member of Parliament, was heard on an audio clip obtained by the Huffington Post, saying: 'And then we get to the real n***** in the woodpile which is in two years and what happens if there is no deal?' In 2008, Robert Dixon-Smith apologized after making the comment during a session in the House of Lords. Labour's Lucy Powell labeled the comments 'shocking.' 'If this was said at a school, (rightly) serious consequences would follow. We should have same standards & consequences,' Powell tweeted. Heidi Allen, a Conservative MP, said Moore's apology was 'not good enough.' On Twitter, Allen wrote: 'I'm afraid an apology is not good enough - we must show zero tolerance for racism. MPs must lead by example.' Morris won her parliamentary seat with a majority of over 17,000 at last month's general election.

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