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Whitland office of former Welsh Secretary Simon Hart vandalised

06 Jan 2023 1 minute read
Simon Hart’s office in Whitland has been vandalised

The offices of former Welsh secretary Simon Hart in Whitland have been vandalised.

The message “Tories Outt” (sic) was painted on the office windows at some point on Thursday night.

Mr Hart, the MP for Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire and Chief Whip of the House of Commons, said the vandalism would “create an inconvenience”.

“The staff who work there are not employees of the Conservative Party but employees funded by the taxpayer,” he added.

“I don’t think Banksy needs to worry too much about the competition.”

He added that he hoped CCTV could identify the person responsible.


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Y Cymro
Y Cymro
1 month ago

Englishman Simon Hart, son of Wolverhampton, lover of bloodsports, as Welsh Secretary did more damage to Wales than any graffiti artist could. He as an anti-Wales/Welsh Tory can arrogantly brush aside what he did to Wales in office, but oh his time will come. Don’t forget to shut the lights out Simon when you are kicked out by the electorate. Karma.

Fi yn unig
Fi yn unig
1 month ago
Reply to  Y Cymro

Agreed but I can only give 8 out 10 to the vandal for poor spelling and presentation. Good effort though.

Ursula Waldinger
Ursula Waldinger
1 month ago

To be honet I don’t even know this man. I know Alan Price. Why don’t you put this men party in this office to support the local economy and the Welsh children

Malcolm Jones
Malcolm Jones
1 month ago

The man was probably going to write traitor but got distracted

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