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All those No.10 lockdown parties
View Poll Results: Which Party would you vote for now if there was a General Election Tomorrow?
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Re: All those No.10 lockdown parties

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Yup, like a bad children's party, the clown's refusing to leave although the jokes have worn thin.
I see no mention of the numerous knife throwing acts?
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Re: All those No.10 lockdown parties

FAO: Hugh and OLD BOY - I am giving you both an instruction to back off arguing with each other (and in other threads) sick of seeing the bickering between you both.
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When it walks like a lying duck, and sounds like a lying duck, it’s usually a lying duck…
Johnson is a duck ?
Well there goes the reptile theory
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FAO: Hugh and OLD BOY - I am giving you both an instruction to back off arguing with each other (and in other threads) sick of seeing the bickering between you both.
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Re: All those No.10 lockdown parties

Posted elsewhere:

Kay Burley on SKYNEWS this morning speaking to a senior retired police officer.
"If the PM is found guilty what happens"
Retired Police Officer " He would get a fixed penalty notice"
Kay Burley: "Is that a criminal record"
Retired Police Officer: "No"
Burley face dropped ......
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Re: All those No.10 lockdown parties

However, if it's proven he has lied in Parliament about these things...
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However, if it's proven he has lied in Parliament about these things...
………….then what?

It would have to be proven he deliberately lied, and was just not mistaken. If he was mistaken and he corrects himself…job done.

Even if he is found to have lied, the person that decides whether a minister should resign is……….the Prime Minister. So he would have to find himself guilty.

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It’s easier to get thrown out of the House of Commons for calling someone a liar than for lying itself.

Despite often coming under fire from disgruntled viewers, the Speaker of the House does not have any power to police the truthfulness of debates in the chamber.

And other codes of conduct which mention honesty, like the Nolan Principles and the Ministerial Code, are essentially voluntary.

In fact, much of the British political system rests on the assumption that politicians will choose to behave honourably, and there are few sanctions in place for those who defy the conventions.

Dr Alice Lilley from the Institute of Government told us: “Misleading Parliament is a serious matter.

“The convention has always been that ministers who mislead Parliament are expected to resign, and this is set out in the Ministerial Code. But enforcing this convention is more complicated.

“It is ultimately up to the prime minister to decide what happens to ministers judged to have broken the Code.

“And Parliament has very few powers to punish a minister for misleading it. The Commons Speaker might make some pointed remarks that make their irritation clear, but it isn’t their job to determine whether ministers are telling the truth—or the consequences if they aren’t.”

https://www.channel4.com/news/factch...icians-who-lie
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………….then what?

It would have to be proven he deliberately lied, and was just not mistaken. If he was mistaken and he corrects himself…job done.

Even if he is found to have lied, the person that decides whether a minister should resign is……….the Prime Minister. So he would have to find himself guilty.




https://www.channel4.com/news/factch...icians-who-lie
Then what? The Conservatives continue to nosedive in the polls, as the public is sick to death of Boris and his lies.
Even Labour is winning the CF poll, that should give them a wake up call if nothing else!
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Then what? The Conservatives continue to nosedive in the polls, as the public is sick to death of Boris and his lies.
Even Labour is winning the CF poll, that should give them a wake up call if nothing else!
Agreed, willing to be proved wrong, but that's something that I don't think normally happens in the polls we have here, at this rate Paul may have to change the blue colour scheme!
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Then what? The Conservatives continue to nosedive in the polls, as the public is sick to death of Boris and his lies.
Even Labour is winning the CF poll, that should give them a wake up call if nothing else!
Oh gee wizz, they’re currently winning by 1 vote. I got to lie down.

Meanwhile….

BREAKING: Pen Farthing, Founder and owner of Nowzad dogs charity is to seek legal action over what he considers to be lies being told by media and MPs, in that animals were NOT put before human lives, he tweeted this a few hours ago:

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Ok @DanJarvisMP I can no longer take this mental anguish that you & other MPs are putting me through No-one was left behind to die because of me No-one. I am going to seek legal representation against you. I cannot take this anymore. It has to bloody stop. @BBCBreaking

@SkyNews @bbc5live @bbclaurak @theJeremyVine @UKLabour This constant onslaught of lies using my name and that our charity is unacceptable. I cannot take this anymore. We SAVED people. Deserving people. What do I have to so you tell the truth?

The level of abuse and hatred I am receiving because of the lies being portrayed from the media and certain MPs is disgusting. You should be ashamed of yourselves. I thought I was mentally strong but now beginning to struggle with this.
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Re: All those No.10 lockdown parties

Not sure he has much of a chance? It seems pretty cut and dry that there were limited amounts of flights and one of them was taken up by his plane, and people were left behind.
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