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Lee Anderson has continued to make mild of his suspension from the Conservative Party in a brand new publish from the pub as he teased a “long week” forward.

The MP for Ashfield had the Tory whip eliminated for spouting “anti-Muslim hatred” after he claimed the Mayor of London was managed by Islamists.

Mr Anderson, who’s the now impartial MP for Ashfield, has refused to apologise for the allegedly Islamaphobic feedback and even doubled down on them in latest days.

Speaking at the moment, he mentioned his “clumsy” phrases have been “born out of sheer frustration at what is happening to our beautiful capital city”.

He continued to recommend he was receiving help from most people in a social media publish even earlier than then.

Posting on X, previously often called Twitter, the MP mentioned he had arrived within the capital on the again of “positive comments” within the night on February 25.

Mr Anderson posted an image of a pint of Madrí, a Spanish beer, from an undisclosed pub in London on Sunday.

He captioned the image “a nightcap” and mentioned the drink was the second of two he had loved that night.

The MP wrote: “So I have just arrived in London, and due to all the positive comments earlier, I’ve decided to have another pint to get me ready for a long week.”

Underneath the publish, one particular person responded: “Long week of doing what? From what you post your full time job seems to be on that garbage GB News – MP just seems to be a tag and not something you do!”

In a cheeky 11-word response, Mr Anderson quipped again: “You ought to start charging me for living in your head.”

Mr Anderson’s feedback have been broadly condemned amongst most people and in Parliament however he nonetheless has pockets of help, particularly on GB News, for which he presents a weekly programme.

He addressed his allegations through the channel at the moment and refused to apologise, indicating he felt he was appropriate and that doing in any other case can be a “sign of weakness”.

He mentioned: “If you’re mistaken, apologising isn’t an indication of weak point however an indication of energy.

“But, when you think you are right, you should never apologise because to do so would be a sign of weakness.”

The Prime Minister, whereas having condemned his ex-colleague’s phrases, has did not denounce them as Islamaphobic, stating in an interview with 5 News tonight that “the words were wrong”.

Opposition MPs, together with Sir Keir Starmer, have been unequivocal in condemning his behaviour, with the Labour chief calling Mr Sunak “weak” as a result of he lacked the “backbone” to name out Islamophobic sentiment.

Mr Khan defended himself in an article for the Evening Standard, during which he accused Mr Anderson of getting “poured petrol on the fires of hatred”.

He known as the MP’s feedback “unambiguously ignorant, prejudiced and racist”, and mentioned Conservatives have been “stubbornly refusing” to name them out on this vogue.