No gray area
WE can only hope Gray Gray’s impending report on the parties at No10 is definitive and clear. Without that, Britain faces appalling political paralysis.
Because, while this scandal must be brought to the fore quickly, the police’s belated decision to investigate now threatens to drag on for months on a frenzied campaign of extermination. Boris Johnson.
The Met’s turn was somewhat odd. For weeks, the force claimed it was unable to probe allegations of historic lockout violations.
Now Met Chief Cressida Dick, herself beset by scandals and failures, suddenly decides she can.
As her force investigates the Blair Government, the best time is 18 months, although there are far more serious allegations. A repetition is unimaginable.
We can’t afford it – what happens with Covid, a cost of living crisis and War is lurking in Ukraine – paralyzed the whole of Downing Street for fear the police investigation would drag on and possibly result in fines.
This apology story has brought the Tories to their knees since early December.
The only beneficiary of further delay is the opportunistic Labor Party, unable to hide its glee.
Crazy tax hike
The case for a tax hike in April is gone.
We were told it was important to raise £12 billion, initially cutting back NHS waiting listthen to fund social care.
Except for the £13bn currently sitting in the budget thanks to a lower-than-forecast loan. However, the Government continued.
How can it justify National Insurance spike this year due to skyrocketing prices and the inevitable damage to growth our wage cuts will do?
Downing Street must not turn a blind eye to voters, especially now.
IMAGINE for health and safety to be so shaped that you have to cross the speed limit on armed police response cars.
Your police may arrive safely and normally, but it is too late to prevent a terrorist massacre.
Or they may have to let the violent criminals they’re after escape to avoid losing their jobs by going too fast.
We accept problems limited to a few powerful BMW vehicles in need of repair or replacement. But a quick response to 999 calls saves lives.
That certainly outclasses anything.
THINK about Essex and you imagine Roman ruins, castles and stately homes, don’t you?
No, neither do we. We mostly think of Joey, Chloe, fake tans, shiny teeth, etc. And we love it for that.
It is not broken. Don’t fix it.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/17441699/sue-gray-report-must-be-unambiguous/ Sue Gray’s reporting must be definitive and clear or Britain will face political paralysis