Sunday, January 21, 2007

More dodgy dealings from “Toxic Tony”


Police chiefs last night publicly warned the Labour Party that "no one is above the law" as the cash-for-honours inquiry erupted into undisguised warfare between Downing Street and the Met. The Sunday Telegraph has reported today that detectives in the cash-for-honours inquiry were forced to "hack" into Downing Street computers to gain access to government email records.


In these troubled times, the cash-strapped party must be (cough) immensely grateful that Indian steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal made a £2 million donation to the Labour Party last week.

The Prime Minister is now said to be considering whether to offer Mittal a knighthood or a peerage in the resignation honours list when (if?) he stands down……His Tonyness really doesn’t grasp the notion of political corruption, does he?


But the police are finally closing in on Citizen Blair. And NuLabour's response? They are in overdrive lashing out in all directions and vilifying the police because one of their “own” is arrested…The fact the Met Police are conducting a major investigation into the Labour Party but not the Liberals or the Conservatives tells you all you need to know about who has kept on the right side of the law.

3 comments:

Praguetory said...

Mittal - the real purpose of the Brown visit. A disgrace to our democracy.

Anonymous said...

Do you think so P then he bought us very cheap. £4500,000 is small chnage to him. I would have expected him to want something alittle more substantial than a lot of silly speeches. I think the Indian trip was probabaly motivated by complaints hat Gordon Brown has no backgorund in world affairs . To make him look Primisterial...

newmania said...

Balls , that was me