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1 hour ago, Vince Green said:

If Starmer hadn't said what he has said he would not look like a right idiot right now. And Angela Raynor a liar.

That's it, I'm sure they've had a very awkward weekend. 

1 hour ago, garjo said:

If Starker resigns on a point of principle it would put Johnson in an impossible position. That combined with Nandy as leader would be a nightmare scenario for the Tories especially red wall tories. 

Be a great way for him to walk away from the job with his head held high, saying his principals are in tact, because he's done nothing as tge opposition leader. 

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One of them accuses another of deliberately crossing her legs  (flashing ), the top man has been fined for having parties at his place ,his opposite number is now under investigation for much the same thing ,another one has just gone after being caught watching porn in the house of commons .

Welcome to the government of this great country .

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10 minutes ago, Yellow Bear said:

Must have a cushy job lined up

Or maybe pals with the local police commissioner, I'm assuming the local establishment is Labour sympathetic. 

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11 minutes ago, Rim Fire said:

Starmer says he will resigne we will see if dorris got the same bottle 

Boris has already said he won’t resign and hasn’t called for Starmer to do so. Starmer has decided that he himself will go if issued with a ticket; no one has called for him to go, and personally I couldn’t care less if he does or not. 
Boris has a job to do, Starmer doesn’t. 

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13 minutes ago, Scully said:

Boris has already said he won’t resign and hasn’t called for Starmer to do so. Starmer has decided that he himself will go if issued with a ticket; no one has called for him to go, and personally I couldn’t care less if he does or not. 
Boris has a job to do, Starmer doesn’t. 

Yes lie to the country 

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19 minutes ago, Scully said:

Boris has already said he won’t resign and hasn’t called for Starmer to do so. Starmer has decided that he himself will go if issued with a ticket; no one has called for him to go, and personally I couldn’t care less if he does or not. 

As you say - Boris hasn't called for Starmer to resign (glass houses/stones spring to mind). 

But Starmer DID call for Boris to resign IF fined - which is where he has made a problem for himself.

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1 hour ago, Rim Fire said:

Yes lie to the country 

😀 They're politicians for crying out loud! What are you expecting? Honesty? Integrity? Morals? Didn’t Rayner herself deny being there? How old are you? 

53 minutes ago, JohnfromUK said:

As you say - Boris hasn't called for Starmer to resign (glass houses/stones spring to mind). 

But Starmer DID call for Boris to resign IF fined - which is where he has made a problem for himself.

Exactly. 

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5 minutes ago, Scully said:

😀 They're politicians for crying out loud! What are you expecting? Honesty? Integrity? Morals? Didn’t Rayner herself deny being there? How old are you? 

Exactly. 

Well it seems Starmer has got more morals and integrity than dorris and i am a lot older than you 

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Here’s a bigger picture 

party at 10 Downing Street 

boris house 

why did the policeman who’s permanently stood outside the door let anyone in? 
boris has heaps of advisers who are obviously not on the ball 

I’m thinking it’s probably the same for starmer 

there’s a lot more to worry about than a few drinks and curries 

the pair of them want to get on an do some work 

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From Guido

Sir Keir has just confirmed he will resign in the event of being given a fine, an unprecedented announcement from a Leader of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition. Speaking minutes ago, and briefed out around 3 pm, Starmer said he will resign if issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice, with it being briefed to journalists by those close to him that this is an “attempt to draw [a] line between Starmer & Johnson that not all politicians are the same”. Guido can see another obvious tactic at play from the pound shop Blair wannabee

In 2007, when under investigation for the Cash For Honours scandal, Tony Blair’s team warned the Metropolitan Police that the PM would have to resign if interviewed under caution, forcing them to back off under such immense political pressure:

“Sources close to the inquiry said that there were difficult discussions before a political intermediary made senior detectives aware of the serious implications of treating the Prime Minister as a suspect.

“Make no mistake, Scotland Yard was informed that Mr Blair would resign as Prime Minister if he was interviewed under caution,” said a source. “They were placed in a very difficult position indeed.””

On Saturday, when Guido exclusively revealed Lord Falconer has been tasked with putting together out Sir Keir’s legal defence, he didn’t expect Blair’s Justice Secretary to copy the tactic used by his old party boss so like-for-like. Unfortunately for Starmer one of his team accidentally explained the quiet bit out loud to ITV’s Daniel Hewitt, briefing it puts some pressure on Durham Police who are being leant on in one direction”. Former DPP Sir Keir knows a thing or two about letting police forces fudge an investigation and letting the culprit get away

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Starmer's only reason for resigning would be to take one for the team, he will take one for the team and go down as a martyr with the hope to drag Borris down with him. 

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2 hours ago, Rim Fire said:

Well it seems Starmer has got more morals and integrity than dorris and i am a lot older than you 

So much so he also had drinks and a meal with friends/ colleagues when he shouldn't have .. just because he says he will stand down means jack .. 

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3 hours ago, Rim Fire said:

Well it seems Starmer has got more morals and integrity than dorris and i am a lot older than you 

You can't believe that? I'd say he's dug himself a hole, and is likely to suffer the consequences. 

1 hour ago, Dougy said:

Starmer's only reason for resigning would be to take one for the team, he will take one for the team and go down as a martyr with the hope to drag Borris down with him. 

I still say he'll be happy to get out.

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10 hours ago, Rim Fire said:

Well it seems Starmer has got more morals and integrity than dorris and i am a lot older than you 

He has said he will resign if charged ............ to put pressure on the police - nothing to do with integrity or morals - it's just political tactics.

The police won't want to be seen as bringing a major party leader down (accusations of political meddling) over what is in fact a relatively trivial issue, but was made into a big drama by STARMER himself calling for Boris's resignation - and Rayner lying about not being there when she was.

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9 hours ago, ShootingEgg said:

So much so he also had drinks and a meal with friends/ colleagues when he shouldn't have .. just because he says he will stand down means jack .. 

He had a drink and a meal at work    

He did not have a party with a suitcase full of wine and and deny at the dispatch box  that he wasn't at any of the 12 gatherings as he put it then admitted to the country he made a mistake   😣

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4 minutes ago, Rim Fire said:

He had a drink and a meal at work    

He did not have a party with a suitcase full of wine and and deny at the dispatch box  that he wasn't at any of the 12 gatherings as he put it then admitted to the country he made a mistake   😣

Not sure quantity matters here.its clear in images and video he was in a house/ office full of people drinking a beer. Rules are rules or are we going down the route of if its Tories it's bad if it's labour it's okay??

Personally I don't really care what they did. It's being blown out or proportion but if he broke rules or laws etc then he has to be held accountable. I could speed 12 times you could speed once, does that mean you don't get the penalty as you only did it once. 

 

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