Dear Mr Paul Scully MP
Given the appalling Tory ‘Human Rights’ record in the UK since 2010, it is alarming and disturbing to witness the recent Tory attack on ‘Animal Rights’, with a collective ‘no’ vote to incorporating the concept of ‘animal sentience’ into UK Law after any Brexit deal. The historical context for the Tory’s depriving animals of any rights, is important in the light of the political, economic, social and cultural devastation inflicted upon the British nation by the Conservatives (and their former LibDems allies).
1) in 2016, the United Nations found the Tories and LibDems ‘Guilty of Crimes Against Humanity’ for the deaths of at least 10,000 British people suffering with disabilities. These deaths were caused by the sudden ‘cutting’ of Benefits, Social Services Care, and NHS treatment (due to privatisation).
2) Oxford University, during February, 2017, issued their academic report into the disastrous effects of Tory (and LibDems) Austerity upon the British nation, stating that between the election of the Tories (and LibDems) in 2010, and February, 2017, around 30,000 people in the UK died due to sudden Benefit cuts. This number includes not only the disabled victims of Tory policy, but also those vulnerable and poor people who did not, at the time of their deaths, suffer from a registered disability.
3) Recently, the rightwing ‘Metro’ newspaper in London, no doubt seeking to distance itself from the Tory Party it has historically supported, published a report pulling together statistics and information from a number of sources, stating that altogether Tory (and LibDems) ‘Austerity’ has killed a total number of 120,000 people between 2010 and 2017, with these deaths being caused through sudden and draconian Benefit cuts, Social Service Care, and the shutting down and privatisation of NHS hospitals and services, etc.
Given this appalling Tory record on Human Rights in the UK, as a tax-payer and resident of Sutton and Cheam, I would like to respectfully request an explanation from my MP, why it is that he decided to vote against ‘animal sentience’ in the recent Commons vote.
Thank you for your time in this matter.
Dr Adrian Wyles