Voters vow to oust sexts shame Tory at next poll
CONSTITUENTS of sextsshame Tory Andrew Griffiths have said he has “no chance” of staying on as an MP when they get their say in the next election.
People in Burton and Uttoxeter spoke out yesterday after it was revealed the 48-year-old will face no further action by the Conservative Party over his 2,000 sordid messages to two barmaids.
Company boss Graham Vickers, 36, said: “He’ll get his comeuppance when we go the polls. People power will get him out. He’ll have no chance.
“The Tories might want him to stay but the voters in Burton certainly don’t.”
Teacher Jennifer Cunliffe, 44, said: “No one is impressed, no one will support him.”
And motor assembly worker Simon Malpass, 42, added: “We don’t want him representing us.”
Mr Griffiths, a married dad-of-one, said he was “deeply ashamed” after the Sunday Mirror exposed him in July. He has claimed he was suffering a “manic episode” at the time.
SORDID Andrew Griffiths