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By AOB
#143
The Queen sits on her own at her husband's funeral- I wonder what she makes of her PM pissing off to India shortly, undoubtedly with a substantial gang of lackeys, lickspittles and toadies in tow. India, with its (unknown at this stage how it reacts to vaccines) variant and higher infection rate than its red list neighbours., Yes I'm completely confident every single one of the delegation will abide by quarantine rules upon return. There's not a group or demographic of people in the world I trust more to be considerate than a bunch of Tories returning from a jolly up, sorry, important trade negotiations that mysteriously cannot be conducted by video call.
By davidjay
#146
AOB wrote: Sun Apr 18, 2021 10:46 am The Queen sits on her own at her husband's funeral- I wonder what she makes of her PM pissing off to India shortly, undoubtedly with a substantial gang of lackeys, lickspittles and toadies in tow. India, with its (unknown at this stage how it reacts to vaccines) variant and higher infection rate than its red list neighbours., Yes I'm completely confident every single one of the delegation will abide by quarantine rules upon return. There's not a group or demographic of people in the world I trust more to be considerate than a bunch of Tories returning from a jolly up, sorry, important trade negotiations that mysteriously cannot be conducted by video call.
Meanwhile hundreds fly there and back from the UK every day.
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Brilliant! :roll:

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UK government to unveil registration scheme to tackle foreign spies

Alex Johnson likely to announce proposal, including Official Secrets Act update, in Queen’s speech
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/ ... is-johnson


Parties call for inquiry into Alex Johnson’s ‘failure to be honest’

Exclusive: Commons Speaker asked to allow vote on inquiry as government spokesperson says ‘PM follows the ministerial code’
Given the size of the Conservative majority, there is no realistic chance of MPs approving such a motion, but a debate on this subject – if the Speaker were to allow one – would be highly embarrassing to the prime minister.

The letter was organised by the Green MP Caroline Lucas and it has been signed by five other parliamentary party leaders: Ian Blackford (Scottish National party), Sir Ed Davey (Liberal Democrats), Liz Saville Roberts (Plaid Cymru), Colum Eastwood (SDLP) and Stephen Farry (Alliance).

The Labour leader, Sir Keir Starmer, was invited to sign the letter, but declined. A party source said Labour did not normally sign up to initiatives launched by other parties.
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/20 ... lurehonest

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