EVALUATION by their amnesia hysteria over Sue Gray’s report nullified at Downing Street parties, it’s probably better for MPs’ sanity that it’s no more accursed .
We don’t underestimate how badly a Prime Minister probed by police looks to be accused of being Abba-themed in his Downing Street flat during the lockdown.
But Labor, Lib Dem and SNP MPs have become so amnesiac by their rage that their attacks have been largely fruitless.
And it is not wrong to hear Keir Starmer, a former Director of Public Prosecutions who should have known better, consider the Met investigation as non-public evidence about Boris Johnson’s personal guilt.
That is not, no matter what the people hating Boris may wish for.
However, Boris also lost the plot.
Admittedly, Starmer’s stoic, stoic morale – enriched by a man sipping a beer himself at a lockdown “work event” – will spare most of his opponents.
But it demeaned the Prime Minister by trying to smear him with a false internet conspiracy theory.
Gray’s Conclusion, even censored by police jackboot intervention, is bad enough: Boris’s No10 has a culture that is so hysterical that it ignores Covid’s rules impromptu and recklessly.
That’s much on PM.
Only the police, not the prosecutor Starmer, will determine if he broke the law.
As for Boris’ claim that the public has bigger fish to fry, he can be proven correct.
The jury is out.
Rise of Rishi
With Boris on the line and the Tories at war, is this really the time for him and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to insist on economic damage to Britain?
Not only did they continue with the April tax hike, but they even resisted eliminating VAT on energy bills.
So how WILL they help?
If they thought a few extra questions for the worst would earn them the gratitude of the ski nation, they would have thought differently.
AT was ultimately a victory for the brave British teenager who was gang-raped in Cyprus, then betrayed by the country’s police and courts.
Thanks in part to Operation Sun, her call, against a rogue ruling that she created the attack, was vindicated.
If she and her family now prosecute the gang privately, we will be behind them in no time.
£48 million bailout
WE are overjoyed to have more families of children with disabilities get the respite care they need so much.
The new £48m fundraiser announced by Children’s Minister Will Quince is another win for our Give It Back campaign.
Keep going, Will.
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