Jacob Rees-Mogg mocks individual Tory MPs over the government funded schools they went to

Jacob Rees-Mogg has mocked fellow Conservative MPs in the House of Commons over the state funded schools they went to.

The main Eurosceptic, who went to Eton College, said other MPs who went to class at Winchester College were “characteristically…highly astute however on a very basic level off-base”.

He made the remarks amid a discussion on Brexit as MPs prepared to hold a progression of crunch cast a ballot on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

“indicative votes” on a scope of conceivable Brexit results came after backbenchers, driven by Conservative previous pastors Sir Oliver Letwin and Nick Boles, caught control of the Commons plan.

Mr Rees-Mogg condemned the move, saying it was “unavoidably sick thoroughly considered”. He asserted that Tory MPs who did not have confidence in the legislature to oversee Commons procedures should cast a ballot against it in a certainty movement.

That provoked Mr Boles to contribute to state he was “quite equipped for recognizing my general trust in the government…and their particular lead on this specific issue. The previous clergyman said he had over and over upheld the administration by voting in favour of its Brexit bargain, which Mr Rees-Mogg has twice casted a ballot against.

Accordingly, Mr Rees-Mogg said Mr Boles’ contention was “typically Wykehamist – very shrewd however in a general sense off-base”. The word “Wykehamist” is utilized to allude to somebody who went to Winchester College.

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