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Who Went On Tv And Said She Would Report Neighbours Flouting Covid-19 Law Only 14 Hours After Voting In The House Of Commons To Break The Law ?

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Canary42 | 13:48 Tue 15th Sep 2020 | News
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Who went on TV and said she would report neighbours flouting Covid-19 law only 14 hours after voting in the House of Commons to break the law ?

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Priti Useless Patel.
I think she’s a very attractive lady, but, a hypocrite.
As JD says.

Even Tories have had enough. There needs to be a clear-out in the cabinet starting with the top job.
Which law did she vote to break? Perhaps you could point us to the statute.
I fought..... ( er that is 'thought' in essex AB speak)

Mrs Thatcher would say " I am striving to preserve the Union as I was elected to do and quit the EEC - and if that means passing this Bill then that is what I shall do! - up your Mr Delors ! you might even like it!"

( and if you aint man enough to do that I will be delighted to oblige ) take from Midnight Cowboy 1970 when Jon Voight quits his job at the bar)
// Which law did she vote to break? Perhaps you could point us to the statute.//

oh dear dear M'lud - your copy of Smith and Hogan seems to lack the chapter where it says clearly that one can break the english common law and not statute

(said to Denning apparently - yr copy of ..... seems to lack.....)
OK then, which aspect of Common Law dis she break?

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