As evidence of how former PM Boris Johnson may have misled parliament a speech from the Lords taking down the Tories has gone viral
Firstly to Johnson…
There is evidence that the House of Commons may have been misled in the following ways which the Committee will explore:
a) It may have been misled when Mr Johnson said on 8 December 2021 that no rules or guidance had been broken in No 10. The second permanent secretary and the Metropolitan police have already come to the conclusion that was not correct, including in relation to specific gatherings for which Mr Johnson asserted this was the case.
b) It may have been misled when Mr Johnson failed to tell the House about his own knowledge of the gatherings where the rules or guidance had been broken. That is because there is evidence that he attended them.
c) It may have been misled when Mr Johnson said on 8 December 2021 that he relied upon repeated assurances that the rules had not been broken. Initial evidence to us suggested Mr Johnson was assured by two individuals who had worked at No 10 at the time that they did not think the gathering of 18 December 2020 had broken Covid rules.
Well that was just one of the government, over to Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb to take down the ENTIRE party…
Jenny was introduced to the House of Lords on 5th November 2013, having been elected to represent the Green Party there by Party members. She took her title – Jones of Moulsecoomb – from the council estate she grew up on in Brighton
“Many in this government want public services in a permanent state of collapse because it matches their privatisation agenda.. Clapping doesn’t pay the bills.”
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