Jonathan Gullis Mocked By Labour Frontbencher As Tory Losses Mount

Jonathan Gullis and Jon Ashworth clashed on the BBC.

Jonathan Gullis and Jon Ashworth clashed on the BBC. BBC

Tory MP Jonathan Gullis was informed by a Labour rival that he will likely be “toast” on the common election as Conservative councillors misplaced their seats throughout the nation.

Shadow postmaster common Jonathan Ashworth goaded the Tory deputy chairman in the course of the BBC’s native election outcomes programme.

Gullis was elected MP for Stoke-on-Trent North in 2019 and has a majority of 6,286.

After seeing that the Tory police and crime commissioner in Lincolnshire had managed to hold on, regardless of a 16% swing to Labour, Ashworth mentioned: “That’s quite a swing, isn’t it?”

Turning to Gullis, he mentioned: “You’d be toast, if there was a 16% swing to Labour, wouldn’t you?”

Gullis replied: “I’m laughing because Jonathan wants me to go. I don’t fear anything in Stoke-on-Trent North.”

The pair clashed as Tory losses continued to mount throughout the nation.

Labour regained the Blackpool South parliamentary seat on an enormous 26% swing away from the Tories.

Meanwhile, Labour also seized control of Tory-held councils as voters delivered a damning verdict on Rishi Sunak.


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