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mike_field

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The government has said it will not search the private email account of former Health Secretary Matt Hancock for discussions on official business.
Downing Street has admitted Mr Hancock, who quit last month, used his personal address for this reason.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-57930820

Well that's okay then, not likely to be anything dodgy to be found surely?
 

danvilla2

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The government has said it will not search the private email account of former Health Secretary Matt Hancock for discussions on official business.
Downing Street has admitted Mr Hancock, who quit last month, used his personal address for this reason.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-57930820

Well that's okay then, not likely to be anything dodgy to be found surely?
Honestly, “the government” of this democratic country should all fucking resign. Not proportionate? The man has made his cronies millions from disaster capitalism, what more serious crime is there other that him murdering the PM? It’s gross misconduct of the highest order.

They are scum this government.
 
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colavfc

Vital 1st Team Regular
Honestly, “the government” of this democratic country should all fucking resign. Not proportionate? The man has made his cronies millions from distaste capitalism, what more serious crime is there other that him murdering the PM? It’s gross misconduct of the highest order.

They are scum this government.
Yep. With the opposition even worse.
What hope do we have? Zero.
 

danvilla2

Vital Football Legend
Yep. With the opposition even worse.
What hope do we have? Zero.
Don’t get me wrong, I haven’t been a fan of the opposition. People assume if you attack the Tories you are a Labour, or even a Corbynite. The reason the Tories can get away with all this is down to how far off being a threat Labour are at the moment. I personally like Starmer, but he has a long way to go.
 
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colavfc

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Don’t get me wrong, I have been a fan of the opposition. People assume if you attack the Tories you are a Labour, or even a Corbynite. The reason the Tories can get away with all this is down to how far off being a threat Labour are at the moment. I personally like Starmer, but he has a long way to go.
There are a few decent labour MPs. But they get overshadowed by the idiots who seem thick as pig shit and I am sure just say things to get a reaction. Either that or they actually are mentally ill.
With the Tories... All the good ones are up on the back benches. Hidden away. And we have front benchers who are posion.
A new party forming is just a fantasy that will never come to fruition. So basically Boris is untouchable.
 

wittonite

I speak from a point of total ignorance
Honestly, “the government” of this democratic country should all fucking resign. Not proportionate? The man has made his cronies millions from disaster capitalism, what more serious crime is there other that him murdering the PM? It’s gross misconduct of the highest order.

They are scum this government.
Over the years I have gone from being fairly political to now feeling totally allienated by the system, with no party to vote for that I feel can be entrusted with the competent running of the country on a day to day basis.
 

The Fear

A Wise Man (once sat next to him)
Don't, whatever you do, consult with the experts! This Gov are beyond parody


Britain’s most senior police officers were not consulted about Boris Johnson’s new plan to “beat crime” - or even aware it was being drawn up, The Independent can reveal. The measures, which the prime minister unveiled on Tuesday, include electronic tags on burglars, longer sentences for some crimes and an extension of controversial blanket stop-and-search powers. But police bodies and victims’ advocates say they were not involved in the formulation of the “beating crime plan” and were only sent the full details on Tuesday
 

Thomas Holte

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Not really surprised by this government that specialise in sleaze and cronyism.

They think they can get away with anything and at the moment they do but one day this house of cards will fall inwards (It always ends up like that with the Tories)

I just hope that by then the Labour party has got its act together and are able to take advantage but they must get rid of some of the fools who have put people totally off the party like Corbyn, Abbott and McDonnell who are still in the background trying to derail Starmer.


 

Pangloss

Vital Football Hero
Don't, whatever you do, consult with the experts! This Gov are beyond parody


Britain’s most senior police officers were not consulted about Boris Johnson’s new plan to “beat crime” - or even aware it was being drawn up, The Independent can reveal. The measures, which the prime minister unveiled on Tuesday, include electronic tags on burglars, longer sentences for some crimes and an extension of controversial blanket stop-and-search powers. But police bodies and victims’ advocates say they were not involved in the formulation of the “beating crime plan” and were only sent the full details on Tuesday
Didn't he want them all out in florescent jackets? He's an utter clown.
 

Pangloss

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Not really surprised by this government that specialise in sleaze and cronyism.

They think they can get away with anything and at the moment they do but one day this house of cards will fall inwards (It always ends up like that with the Tories)

I just hope that by then the Labour party has got its act together and are able to take advantage but they must get rid of some of the fools who have put people totally off the party like Corbyn, Abbott and McDonnell who are still in the background trying to derail Starmer.


The executives of these companies should be in a jail, end of story.