Misleading Parliament

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  1. Maz says:

    Well said, totally agree. Only yesterday Cameron was spouting on PMQ that there were an extra 3600 extra officers, but the total number of officers is still decreasing year on year. How the heck will officers cope if there is a terrorist attack?

    • Alan says:

      I have no idea Maz. I’m sure I’m not alone in only wanting the truth, but Camoron and co cannot pretend this is Reform. Stop pretending it is.

    • Ian Templeton says:

      He was quite sly with his answers yesterday he said we have an extra 3800 extra neighbourhood Policing Officers and in the Capital we have had a 500% increase in neighbourhood Policing. He does not say extra Police Officers. Sadly they will lie and lie and appear to get away with it. Good on Corbyn for persisting with his questioning. And do not get me started on Jeremy Hunt.

  2. Glenn says:

    It appears that the government has forgotten the ECHR ruling in R v Osman
    Basically they have a positive duty of care to protect each and every one of us.

  3. soontobegone says:

    In this country do we have anything similar to the USA regarding impeachment or is that why we have Parliamentary privilege, because the barstewards have lied forever so had to come up with plan hence the 1770 Act.

    • Alan says:

      I’m unaware of impeachment in the UK, not sure how you get rid of a sitting MP before the next election, and before that they take full advantage of Parliamentary Privilege

  4. Gordon Williamson says:

    I’m not sure Parliamentary Privilege was ever intended to allow blatant dishonesty and deliberately misleading statements. It is ripe when they are critical of others such as the Police and talk about public confidence, when most people have such little confidence in them. They got elected because the public had even less confidence in the other lot. That does not give them a clear mandate to implement such cuts or mean the public has total confidence in them.

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