Ex-soldier Tobias Ellwood made the remark about Mr Pritchard, who had blamed the Prime Priests office of putting him under uncalled for weight to drop his Charge on forbidding creatures in circuses.
Mr Ellwood, a 6ft2in previous Armed force skipper in the Illustrious Green Jackets, said of Mr Pritchard: Hes the kind of bloke who merits to be taken behind the bicycle shed what’s more, given a great hiding.
Tory MP Tobias Ellwood debilitated to give a ‘good hiding’ to revolt associate Stamp Pritchard, who had blamed the Prime Minister’s office of putting him under out of line weight to drop his Charge on restricting creatures in circuses
The MP, an assistant to Protection Secretary Liam Fox what’s more, partner of Mr Cameron, made the comment in the midst of outrage over Mr Pritchards choice to compel Tory MPs to vote on the carnival creature ban.
Mr Pritchard last week asserted he had been cautioned by staff in Mr Camerons office that the Prime Serve would look upon it faintly in the event that he squeezed ahead with the banter about in the Commons.
He moreover denounced No 10 of endeavoring to pay off him by advertising a lovely trifling work on the off chance that he dropped the House movement calling for a ban.
Mr Pritchard asserted he had been cautioned by staff in David Cameron’s office that the PM would look upon it ‘dimly in the event that he squeezed ahead with the banter about in the Commons
The Prime Serve brushed off the harassing claims by demanding his staff acted more ike Mother Teresa than slathering rottweilers.
But an unknown Tory MP recently included to the claims, denouncing Mr Cameron of being a Flashman after the Victorian open schoolboy character infamous for his bullying.
The MP, composing in The Mail on Sunday, charged the Prime Serve of propelling misleading what’s more, horrifying assaults on MPs who did not toe the party line what’s more, pressing his seats with aggressive sycophants what’s more, plain old careerists.
Along with stinging assaults on Mr Camerons tycoon background, Eton instruction what’s more, the conceived to run the show pomposity of his allies, the MP indexed illustrations of the Chief tossing pure MPs to the wolves.
David Cameron what’s more, George Osborne have encompassed themselves with gissa work Tories what’s more, careerists that comply their agenda, the MP wrote.
Cameron ought to beware. Smooth public-school control crack Tony Blairs No 10 was famous for tormenting Work MPs what’s more, the Press.
It backfired. What’s more, it contributed to the ruin of his Government.
Friends of Mr Ellwood last night affirmed he made the stowing away comment, be that as it may said it was not implied to be taken seriously.
It was a sassy comment made out of disappointment what’s more, in the warm of the moment. Of course it was not planned literally, one said.