Kerry McCarthy was pushing the veggie agenda again on her blog last week.
I'm tempted to start lobbying for a Meat Free Monday in the Commons dining rooms. If there's one thing guaranteed to get Tory blood boiling - even more than a Bercow Speakership - it would surely be that.
Yes, it was tongue-in-cheek, and as illiberal, lefty, bansturbating hectors go, she isn't that bad.
However, as an advocate of forsaking meat, one would assume she would comment on all aspects of the campaign. For example, it was mentioned here a while back that she was slow in condemning PETA when it emerged in the Telegraph that they were slaughtering pets in their thousands.
Animal charity PETA accused of slaughtering thousands of pets placed in their care
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), which boasts Paul McCartney and Pamela Anderson among its supporters, are accused of only finding homes for seven pets last year. Since 1998 more than 20,000 pets handed to PETA have been put down.
In 2008 official figures show that the charity put down 2,124 animals that had been given to them.
The charity, which collects over £25m in donations, does not run an adoption shelter.
She has also not noticed, it seems, the latest astonishingly heartless stunt perpetuated by the British arm of these truly sick individuals.
So, here you go, Kerry. Dick can help you out again (oo-err, Sid James is back).
On the same day that Kerry was talking up the joys of a vegetarian diet, PETA were boasting on their blog about the placing of this 'mahoosive' advertisement outside Glasgow's Southern General Hospital.
This is the same hospital which initially treated Jacqueline Fleming, the first British death attributed to swine flu. Oh yeah, and seeing as she was pregnant at the time, her baby was induced prematurely and also died.
The partner of the first person in the UK to die of swine flu suffered a second loss last night when his premature son died in hospital. William McCann said Jack, aged 14 days, died after a “brave fight” at the special-care baby unit at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley, Renfrewshire.
His partner, Jacqueline Fleming, 38, died at the same hospital on Sunday. Last night Mr McCann said: “Coming so soon after the death of his mum, this is an extremely distressing and difficult time for our family.”
Unfortunate coincidence? Nothing of the sort. PETA are quite proud of it, in fact.
Poorva Joshipura, director of special projects at PETA Europe, said:
"The billboard was placed by Southern General Hospital because this is an important health issue for Glasgow and indeed everyone on the planet."
If there are a more sick and deluded set of individuals than PETA, it would be interesting to hear of them. Yet the vacuous celebs such as Paul McCartney, Ricky Gervais and Pink still come flocking.
Flaying and dipping in salt is too good for such hideous creatures. What says Kerry? We shall have to be expert breath-holders to find that out.