Labour ranter dropped

Posted by News desk on 26 Apr, 2010 / Offbeat news

Britain’s ruling Labour party has suspended a May 6 general election candidate after he boasted about his sex life online, reports Reuters. John Cowan, 35, was also accused of saying he “would not be happy” if his children dated a Muslim. Describing his sex life, Cowan reportedly wrote: “Why limit it to just one woman? I would prefer one for each day of the week!”
He was dropped two weeks after Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s Labour banned another candidate, Stuart MacLennan, from standing in a Scottish seat following rants on Twitter.  MacLennan called Conservative leader David Cameron a “twat”, and Liberal Democrats leader Nick Clegg a “bastard”.

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