Thursday 21 April 2022

Misleading, Parliament

Anyone who might be hoping for anything should consider that a Committee is going to have sit to determine whether or not the Prime Minister did something that he was recorded doing, and which was broadcast live on television.

Everyone on that Committee was in the room at the time, and the House of Commons, where the thing occurred, would still be able to reject the Committee's findings.

Privileges, indeed.


  1. He's going to get away with it.

    1. He is so confident that he is talking about a General Election this year.