Jenny gave an impassioned speech in the Commons last night after Government announces extra £300m for mostly wealthy Conservative-run areas.
Greg Clark, Communities Secretary, insisted the new funding settlement was not about placating Conservative rebels. However several MPs
Jenny spoke out on the matter, in speech which strongly criticised the Government's approach and labelled their funding strategy as divisive and disgraceful.
She said: "It's extraordinary what this Government has managed to do in pitting town against village, north against the south, the metropolitan areas against the shires - it is disgraceful. I don't resent members opposite being good champions for their areas, winning some extra funding for their councils.
"That's one of the things we're here to do. But I hope they enjoy that extra money they get. I hope they win their shire council seats that it was clearly designed to provide victory for, I hope they enjoy that."
She told MPs that, because of the Government's cuts, both libraries and the central market in her constituency were threatened, 200 jobs were to go and services which were vital to many would be lost.
"My town and the people in my town are angry. I have never seen them this angry before. They are angry about what is going to happen but also about the unfairness."
In response to these criticisms, Greg Clark warned that councils would have to get used to a new world of scarcer cash from central government.
You can see her speech on Parliament TV here: