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Does this smell of a cover up? Hold an Inquiry but not speak to one of the key witnesses who says “The computer was in Mr Green’s office, on his desk, logged in, his account, his name. In between browsing pornography, he was sending emails from his account, his personal account, reading documents… it was ridiculous to suggest anybody else could have done it.”
This Government is woefully unprepared for Brexit.
If you voted Tory and thought you were picking a strong and stable party, think again.
A beer called Top Totty by a Stafford-based brewer was banned from a parliamentary bar in 2012 because its pump plate featuring a half-naked lady caused offence. The ale is described as “a stunning blonde beer, full-bodied with a voluptuous hop aroma”.
Tory MP Nigel Adams pictured here pulling some ‘Top Totty’
Tory Government refuses to pause rollout of Universal Credit despite majority vote of 299 votes in favour
The contempt this Tory Government has for democracy is astounding. A parliament motion was carried to pause the rollout of the deeply flawed Universal Credit. However the Tories are refusing to honour the vote and will continue the rollout.
299 MPs voted in favour of pausing the rollout until the its flaws are sorted out. No-one voted against the motion.
The Tories don’t care if workers are treated like Kings or slaves. They do care about money though. Owners of large businesses have money and they want to influence Government policy to suit their own pockets. The Tories are only too happy to oblige.
In 2012 the Tory leadership invited Adrian Beecroft to draw up Tory employment policy for them. What he came back with was nothing short of a corporate wishlist of pro-business anti-worker regulations, including proposals to introduce sack-at-will legislation, to restrict access to unfair dismissal claims and slash awards that are made to those that are not excluded entirely, to create immunity from prosecution for employers that hire illegal immigrants and to remove carry-over legislation to allow new owners of businesses to rid themselves of long established workers.
Who is Adrian Beecroft?
What a surprise he’s a Tory donor!
The Supreme Court ruling forces the Tories to repay costs to victims of unfair dismissal. These were costs put up as a barrier by the Tories to help prevent workers take legal action against unscrupulous bosses.
The Government tried to defend itself by claiming the issues causing hunger are complex. This is oddly the same reason they give for soaring suicide rates in the UK.
Toward the end of 2013 Tory MP Kwasi Kwarteng wanted VAT to be introduced on food. You’ve been spared that (for the moment). S B