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For the law to have any meaning, it must apply equally to us all. The Metropolitan Police must explain their failure to provide any explanation of how they cleared the Prime Minister over the Partygate investigation.
‘Wine time Friday’ and invites for 200 – Five of the most interesting findings from Sue Gray’s partygate report.6 min read
Boris Johnson’s Downing Street indulged in excessive drinking and parties while gathering was illegal – but is there enough evidence against the PM personally?
The ministerial code states that misleading parliament is an offence requiring a resignation. But it’s the prime minister himself who decides if the rule has been broken.
The Sue Gray Report on the Downing Street parties during the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns in full, the main points, the conclusions, and the photographs.
The political struggle of our time is no longer left versus right. It is democracy versus authoritarianism.
The prime minister accepts he broke the law but the question now becomes, did he mislead parliament about it? Either he engaged in immoral behaviour by lying, misrepresented the truth or he didn’t understand his own rules – and must admit to incompetence.
Does it matter to people what consequences there should be for politicians who break rules or mislead parliament? Yes, they want ministers to be kept in constant check by parliament, courts and the public at large.