Conservative MP Robert Halfon is having a strop about an exclusive religious group. Halfon whines because he lost the vote at yesterday's meeting of the PASC Select Committee.
PASC's work is being trivialised by Halfon and Charlie Elphick. In public sessions they indulge in attention seeking tantrums about an imagined grievance against one minor extreme religious sect. Not a syllable from them about the crisis of the fifth of all charities that are facing closure next year because of cash shortages.
PASC has serious work to do. It cannot be hijacked by a brace of publicity addicted piffle artists.