Sunday 26 March 2023

A King's Ransom?

Would you employ Kwasi Kwarteng or Matt Hancock? Yet they would not be citing these figures unless someone were already paying them. There are questions of fiduciary duty here. Directors and shareholders need to look into it.

Meanwhile, Michael Gove, a Cabinet Minister, has already publicly sided with Boris Johnson against the Privileges Committee. Well, of course. It will be up to the whole House to accept or reject that Committee's report, and almost no one who had to answer to a constituency Conservative association would dare vote with Harriet Harman against Johnson, or indeed have any desire to do so. This has always been a waste of time.


  1. Gove must have known the question would be coming, he'd have prepped, so what he said was what Sunak would have said.