Tory Chair Of Anti Union Group TURC Sacked From Government Following Nazi Uniform Stag Party

The Trade Union Reform Campaign chairperson, Tory MP Aiden Burley, has been sacked from his government post following a stag party he attended where another guest wore a Nazi SS officer uniform. It has been reported that Burley hired the uniform for his friend himself.

The union busting group TURC which Burley heads is campaigning against union officials getting paid release and for 'a greater element of democratic legitimacy.' Effectively aims that would make it impossible for unions to represent members or to successfully ballot for industrial action.

Unsurprisingly, many of the MP's who support the groups aims have several jobs themselves - such as Boris Johnson's 'chicken feed' £250k job writing for a newspaper, or the numerous ministers with roles on company boards. However they are still happy taking tax payers money to pay for their other job as an MP.

Likewise some of the groups supporters were elected by a lesser percentage of voters than they want to set for union strike ballots, but these contradictions are readily ignored.

We will have to wait and see what becomes of the campaign that discusses 'moral legitimacy' know that it's head has been sacked as a parliamentary aide following his attendance at a Nazi themed stag party.