Daniel Ewen, a Labour official in Surrey, said the PM was willing to ‘blow up her own people’ for power
By Hugo Gye | 26 May 2017
THE SUN — A Labour official has been suspended from the party after he accused the Prime Minister of ordering the terror attack on Manchester in order to win the election.
Daniel Ewen, vice-chairman of one of the party’s Surrey branches, said the Conservatives were willing to “blow up their own people” to retain power.
Daniel Ewen, the vice-chairman of a Labour branch in Surrey, has accused Theresa May of ordering the Manchester attack
He has now been suspended from the party over the vile slur and local politicians were quick to distance themselves from him.
Mr Ewen was previously deputy head of the Esher and Walton Labour Party.