|Dr. Dan may be planning a letter, or not…you decide. 17:49 – May 30 with 489 views||wkj|
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Dr Daniel Poulter MP
Dear Mr WKJ,
Following the publication of the Sue Gray report, I would like to update you on the rallies that took place at 10 Downing Street and in Whitehall during the Covid pandemic.
Many people have also written to me about the police investigation into Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer and other senior Labor Party officials for an incident of alleged breach of Covid rules in County Durham. I am sure you will understand that it would not be appropriate for me to comment further on this matter while a police investigation is ongoing.
As you know, I am an NHS hospital doctor. Throughout the Covid pandemic, I worked in hospitals and cared for patients with Covid. I have cared for a number of patients who would still be alive and with us today had it not been for Covid. Like many people, I obeyed the rules, and I am as unhappy as you are that people in very high positions in public service and politics seem to have broken the same rules they imposed on others.
However, there is a much bigger issue at stake, that of trust and integrity in senior public office. The most serious charge against the Prime Minister is that of knowingly misleading Parliament. Given the scale of rule breaking at No 10 and across Whitehall which has now been confirmed by Sue Gray’s report, I find it hard to accept that the Prime Minister was unaware. His repeated assurances to Parliament that there had been no breach of the rules lack credibility.
The principle of our constitution is that we can be sure that the answers we receive in Parliament from Ministers or Prime Minister’s Offices are truthful and accurate. Knowingly misleading Parliament cannot be tolerated, whatever the problem. It is a matter of principle that a Minister who knowingly misleads Parliament should resign and this principle should also apply to the Prime Minister. Whether or not the Prime Minister is an asset to the country matters less. As you know, the Committee on Parliamentary Privileges is currently investigating the conduct of the Prime Minister to determine whether or not he misled Parliament.
I have always said that I would consider all available evidence before coming to a conclusion. I am sure you will understand that I do not intend to make a routine comment on each of the latest developments or whether or not I have submitted/withdrawn a letter to the Chairman of the 1922 Committee.
The Privileges Committee inquiry into the Prime Minister’s conduct is ongoing, as is the police inquiry into Sir Keir Starmer and other senior Labor Party officials.
Thank you again for contacting me about these important issues.
Dr Daniel Poulter MP Llb (hons), MBBS, AKC, MRCPsych
|Dr. Dan may be planning a letter, or not…you decide. on 18:00 – May 30 with 430 views||factual_blue|
|He won’t then.
Note how he tries to do everything about Keir Starmer, but realizes it won’t work.
|Dr. Dan may be planning a letter, or not…you decide. on 18:00 – May 30 with 422 views||Swansea_Blue|
|Did you specifically ask about Starmer’s alleged violation of the rules at a time when the rules permitted indoor precinct meetings, including feeding those in attendance? Or is this just quality stuff and an attempt to create an equivalence between proven illegal gatherings* and a separate alleged violation already investigated and dismissed once?
They can’t help it. Always deviant, always campaigning.
*proven in that FPNs are short-listed actions only to reduce police and court caseload.
|Dr. Dan may be planning a letter, or not…you decide. on 18:06 – May 30 with 403 views||wkj|
In my email I said I am aware of the stories around Sir Keir Starmer and am happy with his position to resign if the inquest finds the event to be a breach of the rules. I then mentioned that Sir Keir Starmer is not the person running the country, however.
I also mentioned what I wish a goddamn MP said in the HOC – If Mr Johnson is unaware of the things going on in his office how can we believe he has any idea of what is happening in the country and the legal system of the country he governs.
|Dr. Dan may be planning a letter, or not…you decide. on 18:17 – May 30 with 380 views||factual_blue|
And what kind of weirdo doesn’t know what’s going on in his own house.
Poulter also seems like a decent guy. But then the local comparisons are against halfcock, coffey, hunt etc.
Guess he’s just the precious piece of pure in the nocturnal land.
You can do your own research on the analogy.
|Dr. Dan may be planning a letter, or not…you decide. on 18:19 – May 30 with 371 views||wkj|
As far as local voters go, he’s pretty decent. He’s just working as an NHS doctor for a party that wants to scrap the NHS – as well as support Brexit.
|Dr. Dan may be planning a letter, or not…you decide. on 18:22 – May 30 with 361 views||Swansea_Blue|
Ah, fair enough. So maybe it was tailored to your email and not just a stock deviation. Spot on the second para, but they all know it’s useless. As long as it wins votes, they will continue to ignore its many flaws. Looks like the tide is turning, doesn’t it. Unrest within the party is definitely mounting (in the HoC and the base).
|Dr. Dan may be planning a letter, or not…you decide. on 18:57 – May 30 with 282 views||You_Bloo_Right|
|Seems to me it’s gone from “waiting for the Met investigation to complete”, to “waiting for Sue Gray’s report” to now “waiting for the PPC investigation to complete”.|
|Dr. Dan may be planning a letter, or not…you decide. at 8:53 PM – May 30 with 184 views||HARRY10|
The trickle is now becoming a flood as constituency presidents join councilors (as well as MPs) in openly calling for the incompetent crook to go. Tonight we have –
“Several Tory MPs have told the Guardian they believe the 54-letter threshold withdrawing their support for Johnson is about to be crossed – or may already be.
They finally figured out that fatboy has no idea how to settle anything, nor interest in either. Rather than being at the heart of the matter, he much prefers the safety of taking his official photographers to a business where he can be photographed staring at the camera.
Not a word about the port chaos, the cost of living crisis or the severe labor shortage. That is. The last-minute aid offered on Thursday was little more than a hastily cobbled-together package of something he and his toads had long opposed – a windfall tax. An attempted hijack of the Sue Gray report which was so rushed it gave money to the rich but meant nothing to many low income people who need help and there is no no idea how it should be repaid.
That this has been his stock in trade since he was first elected MP has gone unnoticed by voters and ignored by fellow Tory politicians, but not by those who watch him. Not since Gazza was appointed manager of Kettering Town FC has anyone been less suited to a position – be it MP, Mayor, Foreign Secretary or now Prime Minister.
And now those who inflicted this helpless hazard on us, those who against all reason inflicted Brexit on the country, are now scared because the reality of what they have caused means they will lose their jobs, and what goes with these jobs.
This sudden turnaround has nothing to do with the poor, or even the country. They are conservatives, they never cared either.
It’s about saving their own skins – until next time.
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