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Old 15-04-2021, 08:32 AM   #51
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An inquiry is needed to be held more publicly, to completely re- assess the system of this issue.

With powers of recommendation of what should be in place, not decided by just politicians.

It's been bad under both Parties and not the right thing done to make it more acceptable.

However, my question is, why are the Cons and their more hard-line supporters, so wary of full public scrutiny into this or other issues too.

I have my own views why, I wonder why their hard-line supporters also are wary of public scrutiny of their own MPs, former PMs and their Party.
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Old 15-04-2021, 01:31 PM   #52
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David Cameron and Rishi Sunak
have both agreed to attend the New Parliament
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Old 18-04-2021, 02:48 AM   #55
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Where is the outrage from tory supporters? Why are they not angry that a prime minister they voted for has abused the system and their trust? When the Lib Dems betrayed everyone that voted for them by sucking tory dick, I refused to vote for them ever again, so why aren't the tory supporters more angry about this? I'd be furious if a party I voted for was involved in such heinous scandals yet Tory supporters seem content to ignore any wrongdoing.

Because tory support is a ****ing cult, that's why.

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Old 18-04-2021, 03:12 AM   #56
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Where is the outrage from tory supporters? Why are they not angry that a prime minister they voted for has abused the system and their trust? When the Lib Dems betrayed everyone that voted for them by sucking tory dick, I refused to vote for them ever again, so why aren't the tory supporters more angry about this? I'd be furious if a party I voted for was involved in such heinous scandals yet Tory supporters seem content to ignore any wrongdoing.

Because tory support is a ****ing cult, that's why.

Loads of Conservatives have said Cameron is Wrong.

But it remains, the fact Cameron was Halted
by Sunak.
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If you go to commit a crime but you're stopped beforehand, the police do not let you go scotfree.
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If you go to commit a crime but you're stopped beforehand, the police do not let you go scotfree.


Yes but he used his MP connections
they Blocked him


He is now the Worse Ex PM


MP's are above Plebs
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It doesn't really matter, he didn't face consequences for it because he is being protected. If anyone in a different party did this, the tories would be screaming for action and it would probably be a bigger news story.
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It doesn't really matter, he didn't face consequences for it because he is being protected. If anyone in a different party did this, the tories would be screaming for action and it would probably be a bigger news story.

Yes they
Johnson PM
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by using the Tory Lawyer.


David Cameron has agreed to
go to Parliament & them to
ask questions
he has time to get a File Ready
to Win that.
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An inquiry is needed to be held more publicly, to completely re- assess the system of this issue.

With powers of recommendation of what should be in place, not decided by just politicians.

It's been bad under both Parties and not the right thing done to make it more acceptable.

However, my question is, why are the Cons and their more hard-line supporters, so wary of full public scrutiny into this or other issues too.

I have my own views why, I wonder why their hard-line supporters also are wary of public scrutiny of their own MPs, former PMs and their Party.
I don't get it either Joey.

People like David Cameron give the Conservative Party a really dodgy name imo, so the supporters shouldn't want their party to be associated with him.
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