I’ve already posted this on the ‘Corruption’ thread but I’m raising it here in case it gets missed. What is it with Tories like JRM? How could any politician think a response like this to UNICEF is appropriate? The fact that they’ve felt the need to step in to prevent children from going hungry in the UK speaks for itself. 1 in 5 families going hungry and all this low life can do is try and bat it away with rubbish about a political agenda. Someone should really be taking him to task about this. UNICEF abide by charity law and as such are not allowed to be political. JRM is implying they are breaking the law. I think there’s a case to be had to bang him to rights and I hope UNICEF’s legal team are looking in to it.