Ramsgate MP Laura Sandys has echoed her Conservative colleague Damian Collins' call for embattled 17-year-old Paris Brown to step down as Kent's youth police commissioner.
She Tweeted publicly to the Folkestone MP: "Paris Brown should step down as Youth Crime Tsar for Kent.">> totally agree.Gimmicks always backfire #morepolicinglessParis"
Miss Brown, Britain's first youth police commissioner, apologised yesterday for "inappropriate language and views" she posted on her Twitter account.
The offensive tweets, which included references to taking drugs, were posted by the teenager from the ages of 14 to 16, but have now been deleted.
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