Labour's Lisa Nandy Hits Out At 'Offensive' No.10 Culture As More Partygate Claims Emerge

5/30/2022 1:00:00 PM

'If you can’t trust the prime minister to make sure the rules he made were followed, what can you trust him to do?”

'If you can’t trust the prime minister to make sure the rules he made were followed, what can you trust him to do?”

'If you can’t trust the prime minister to make sure the rules he made were followed, what can you trust him to do?”

"If you can’t trust the prime minister to make sure the rules he made were followed, what can you trust him to do?” By Senior Trends Reporter, HuffPost UK 30/05/2022 09:27am BST.plants for its £41million Observatory House headquarters when it moved in 2019.Labour party had taken the desperate approach of building support on the back of partygate allegations levied against the Conservative party.There is never a good time for a political party’s members, especially MPs, to plot against their leader.

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Change the rules he broke.

Bankrupt Labour-run council spent £28k on HQ's plants which 'are now dying'A BANKRUPT council is embroiled in a row over 200 plants it bought to promote 'staff health and wellbeing', and can now not afford to water anymore. If its not your money or responsibility then it's spend spend spend They need to make more effort, it's not a patch on the 37BILLION Johnson spaffed away on his pal Dido's failure of a track and trace syystem! Did any of them buy a bridge for 65 million that's never going to be built?

‘Final roll of the dice’ Labour ‘desperation' exposed in opposition to ministerial codeLABOUR PARTY opposition to adjustments in the ministerial code is a ‘desperate' attempt by Sir Keir Starmer to take advantage of disgruntled backbench MPs Tory desperation to keep corrupt incompetent PM in office, now that would be an accurate title. I think your headline requires some adjustments , Express ! So you don't believe in an independent body overseeing the Ministerial Code then ?

MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: Labour would win a Tory civil warMAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: There is never a good time for a political party's members, especially MPs, to plot against their leader. And the crimes continue from Lawbreaker Johnson and scandal will follow him as long as he’s PM. You’ve got ask to what is in it for the Sunday Mail in its sycophantic support for him that’s it’s willing to demean itself week in week out. Partygate costoflivingcrisis leveson2

Labour to force vote after Boris Johnson amends ministerial code ‘like tinpot despot’Angela Rayner accuses PM of ‘trampling all over the principles in public life’ People give ‘Boris’ their trust: friends, colleagues, lovers, wives - the electorate. He takes it, uses it; moulds, bends, bruises, teases and kicks it. Throws it in the air - indifferent to where it lands. He does this to everything. For all, for God’s Sake, Go. Conservatives

Labour calls PM a 'tinpot despot' for tearing up ministerial rule bookLabour is set to try and block Boris Johnson’s controversial changes to the rules governing the conduct of ministers. It is not contraversial. We are sleep walking towards Mr Johnson dictatorship.

Labour call for a vote on Boris Johnson's decision to 'waters down' ministerial codeLabour are calling for a vote on Boris Johnson's decision to change the ministerial code in a move they say 'waters down' rules on members of the Government's front bench. That’s an insult to tinpot despots