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More post-fine twists to come over Partygate?

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Posted: 20/05/22 - 09:31
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The advent of Partygate, as it has become known, was on 1 December last year. That was when the Daily Mirror first revealed that Covid rules may have been broken by the very people who had made them.

Five-and-a-half months later, we've reached another big moment, because for ages people round Westminster wondered what might happen if the prime minister got another fine. Or so many he could paper a wall with them.

Some are wondering how he managed not to accumulate one or two more fines.

But we now know that isn't going to happen. The Metropolitan Police's role in all this is done.

You might be reading this boiling with anger about what went on. Or perhaps you are past caring, or never really cared at all.

But this mattered: morally to some, legally to others and politically to plenty, and it still does.

I Call True: 126 fines sent out in total, just think of that AT LEAST 126 violations whilst we all jumped when they said to.

I'm looking forward to seeing the full list in print and these scum bags named and shamed

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42 days
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Disgusting display of behaviour by the Tory scum. All 126 for Tory MP's and NONE for Labour.
That tells its own story right there.
43 days
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I don't this that the names will ever be revealed as they are not legally obliged to do so.
43 days
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Lets hope that this is kept alive and we don't just let them get away with it