Roger Gall(@Shambles151) 's Twitter Profile Photo

The PM and Chancellor are still refusing to resign as they do not consider being fined for breaking criminal law and misleading the HOC about it - to be serious enough to be a resignation matter for them.

The PM and Chancellor are still refusing to resign as they do not consider being fined for breaking criminal law and misleading the HOC about it - to be serious enough to be a resignation matter for them.
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Lord thetruthisoutthere(@thetrut24674216) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Fantastic. About time we saw some transparency over all this. The was a whitewash and the Met are now in special measures so their investigation now looks utterly unreliable.

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Karin Smyth MP(@karinsmyth) 's Twitter Profile Photo

📺 ICYMI WATCH: PACAC Committee questioned Simon Case - the Cabinet Secretary - this week on standards in public life.

He said he was unaware of the parties in Downing Street. I put to him that there are serious questions over his leadership following .

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Best for Britain(@BestForBritain) 's Twitter Profile Photo

- 'How appropriate is it for a serving civil servant, either yourself or Sue Gray, to conduct investigations into the conduct of the PM?'

- 'Very difficult and to be avoided wherever possible.'

Cabinet Secretary, Simon Case, in evidence to Parliament today. ~AA

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Good Law Project(@GoodLawProject) 's Twitter Profile Photo

NEW: We are today issuing formal proceedings against the Met Police for its apparent continued failure to investigate the PM's attendance at three lockdown gatherings, and its refusal to answer basic questions. goodlawproject.org/news/new-legal…

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