Despite everything that is currently going on in the world it remains reassuring that politics can be as bonkers and infuriating as always.
One of the biggest talking points of the week involved a highly criticised comment from health secretary Matt Hancock who warned the Labour MP Dr. Rosena Allin-Khan to watch her 'tone' when she asked him a question about coronavirus testing during a parliamentary session.
It was a baffling moment that prompted outrage but Allin-Khan has since claimed it has her own.
After learning that the 'comedian' and Brexiteer Jim Davidson had blocked her on Twitter, despite reportedly never interacting with her, she had the perfect response.
Not sure I’ve ever interacted with Jim Davidson, but certainly don’t like the tone of this. https://t.co/7M9cuoSkcI
— Dr Rosena Allin-Khan 💙 (@Dr Rosena Allin-Khan 💙)
Although Davidson had not reportedly interacted with Allin-Khan on Twitter, he had interacted with fellow comedian Nish Kumar who he accused of 'stirring racist s**t up' and to alter his 'f**king tone.'
Kumar responded by simply plugging his BBC Two show The Mash Report.
You can’t say anything these days without snowflakes calling you racist
Also Jim Davidson:
- calls N… https://t.co/UcwcpLk6rL