QUENTIN LETTS reflects on how Labour backbenchers fury about betting machines and Motability blowtorched the misdeeds being debated
True moral rage is rare in today’s Parliament but we had some of it yesterday from two Labour backbenchers.
Their fury – about betting machines and about a Mail exposé of disability scheme Motability – was shaming in two ways.
First, it blowtorched the misdeeds being debated. Second, it showed up so much else in today’s politics, where the Blob’s confected convulsions have led to a devaluation of anger.