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Paigntonian | 10:35 Wed 14th Apr 2021 | News
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Surprised that a former PM acted in such a cavalier manner when he knew full well the risks of exposure. You really would think he'd know better.

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Mr Cameron has suffered from the same affliction that occurs with the status of high power - the belief that anything is acceptable. Of course he has been exposed on this occasion, and found to have acted inappropriately, although not illegally. Because no law has been broken, an enquiry will simply reiterate that, there may be a tightening of the rules,...
11:59 Wed 14th Apr 2021
I don't think it's the least bit surprising.
It's just the" Con Crony Club " at it again.
They just can't help it can they.
In their world they can not see any wrong doing.
Gulliver //In their world they can not see any wrong doing.//
Then why is Boris ordering an investgation?
Labour want a full and extensive inquiry.
/// Then why is Boris ordering an investgation?///

To set up the usual whitewash which follows when they get caught.
Nothing will come of the investigation ,it will just get kicked into the long grass ,They are Fellow Bullingdon Club Buddies .
Mr Cameron has suffered from the same affliction that occurs with the status of high power - the belief that anything is acceptable.

Of course he has been exposed on this occasion, and found to have acted inappropriately, although not illegally.

Because no law has been broken, an enquiry will simply reiterate that, there may be a tightening of the rules, which will simply mean that former high-ranking ministers are expected to act with the morality that their position entailed when in office.

In other words, ex-ministers will have to behave as a matter of law with the same sense of honour and propriety that the rest of us simply take as read.

It's a sad state of affairs that it will take a change in the law to make individuals behave in a manner that is natural and appropriate to everyone else.

Mr Cameron comes out of this with no dignity whatsoever, which will matter to him not one iota.
pehaps it will matter to him, his integrity is now shot to pieces, as you say though technically he's done nothing wrong, but there's the rub.......
Camerons motto " we're all in this together ".
emmie - // pehaps it will matter to him, his integrity is now shot to pieces, as you say though technically he's done nothing wrong, but there's the rub....... //

I don't believe you can rise to the level of government that Cameron did without being able to shrug off the opinions of people who don't matter - which is just about everyone.
we will see, the PM is being question by SKS right now, they are going to press ahead with this matter, i don't see it going away any time soon
And I doubt they will dig deep enough to find what involvement Matt Hancock had with his boozy friend, he's had a very sheepish look on his face since all this came to light.
perhaps he's fed up with it all, don't know about sheepish.
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One should expect better of people who should know better.
As AH has said, no law broken so nothing can really be done about this other than tighten the law for future PM's.

It's actually nothing new, they all do it in one way or another, just look at Labours Bliar.

//To set up the usual whitewash which follows when they get caught.//

Damned if he does and damned if he doesnt then. Tell me Canary just what do you want done given no law broken?
//One should expect better of people who should know better.//

Let he who is without sin cast the first stone. I somehow suspect you would not be at the front of the queue.
Once a Con, always a Con.
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youngmaf: Rather odd response. Of course I am not without sin. Just said I expect decent behaviour in public life.
as one should -

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