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Sir Kier was seen having beer and mixing with workers in a Durham office
Durham police have said they will reconsider reviewing their decision that cleared him

They have so far not said if anyone has been interviewed and questioned about the incident

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By:
A_T
When: 28 Apr 22 08:10
if he's fined he should probably resign. did this happen the night before the funeral of Prince Phillip?
By:
lfc1971
When: 28 Apr 22 08:14
Well if he’s fined he is duty bound to resign
Of course already he has been found to be guilty of hypocrisy
And should resign immediately for that
By:
lfc1971
When: 28 Apr 22 08:15
The video shows Sir Kier partying , laughing and chatting and taking a swig of beer
with several others in the room
By:
nineteen points
When: 28 Apr 22 08:38
but they havent though have they kenny.
By:
frog1000
When: 28 Apr 22 09:14
Doesn't look good for Starmer and the others at the party. From the new video it looks like it was going on in multiple rooms.
By:
A_T
When: 28 Apr 22 09:29
problem here is a precedent has now been set that senior politicians aren't expected to resign if they break the law. so Sir Keir looks safe
By:
politicspunter
When: 28 Apr 22 09:33
Yes, he is doing just fine. Have another beer Laugh
By:
markzzz
When: 28 Apr 22 09:35
Keir Starmer is on record (many, many times) as saying that receiving a fixed penalty notice for breaking Covid lockdown rules.

Hoist by his own petard I reckon.
By:
markzzz
When: 28 Apr 22 09:36
....... should result in resignation!!
By:
lfc1971
When: 28 Apr 22 09:39
I don’t think Boris should resign - as he didn’t break covid rules

However as Sir Kier does think Boris should resign
Then I’m sorry as the labour leader has been found to be guilty on his own terms ..

he should resign immediately in disgrace
By:
markzzz
When: 28 Apr 22 09:43
^ Exactly
By:
politicspunter
When: 28 Apr 22 09:44
I didn't realise Starmer had been fined.
By:
Stickywickets
When: 28 Apr 22 09:45
I don't want Keir to resign
He's absolutely ****g useless & will continue to lead Labour into the abyss
By:
politicspunter
When: 28 Apr 22 09:47
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Westminster Voting Intention (24 Apr):

Labour 42% (–)
Conservative 34% (–)
Liberal Democrat 11% (+1)
Green 4% (-1)
Scottish National Party 4% (-1)
Reform UK 4% (+1)
Other 1% (–)

Changes +/- 17 Apr
By:
lfc1971
When: 28 Apr 22 09:50
Starmer attended a party , and he also ran a cyclist down …
By:
Stickywickets
When: 28 Apr 22 09:51
Poor old Keir doesn't even know what a woman is & think some have williesLaugh
Tony Benn turning in his grave
By:
markzzz
When: 28 Apr 22 09:51
And for anybody disingenuous enough to try to wriggle out of this on the basis that Starmer hasn't yet been found guilty, Starmer, Rayner and dozens of others were calling for BJ to resign for breaking Covid rules months before he was given the FPN.
By:
frog1000
When: 28 Apr 22 09:51
Full video here:

https://twitter.com/Henrythejannie/status/1519071358516346880?s=20&t=0uzIQ7sKg2GqPLFMTsYt4g

Starmer claims this is ok but Boris should resign for having a 9 minute alcohol free salad with work colleagues.
By:
Stickywickets
When: 28 Apr 22 09:53

Apr 28, 2022 -- 9:51AM, frog1000 wrote:


Full video here:https://twitter.com/Henrythejannie/status/1519071358516346880?s=20&t=0uzIQ7sKg2GqPLFMTsYt4gStarmer claims this is ok but Boris should resign for having a 9 minute alcohol free salad with work colleagues.


He drove 200 miles to get there too, when a zoom call would have been suffice

By:
Stickywickets
When: 28 Apr 22 09:55
By:
markzzz
When: 28 Apr 22 09:57
For clarity, I (and most Tories) don't think that this is a resigning matter. But, most importantly, Starmer clearly does think that it is a resigning matter. Man of honour or hypocrite? Let's see.
By:
Stickywickets
When: 28 Apr 22 09:57
Bang to rights Grin
By:
lfc1971
When: 28 Apr 22 09:57
There’s no doubt the labour leader and party ..and voters
Would be prepared to tell any lie and cover up any of their disgraceful behaviour
In order to undermine the democratically elected government of this country

This is all so instructive .
By:
politicspunter
When: 28 Apr 22 10:02
I didn't realise Starmer had been fined. Where is the link to the police fine please?
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 28 Apr 22 11:42
Quite funny trying to argue this point
whilst praising the Johnson parties in
Downing Street.

Looks like one newspaper is in a state of panic
to limit the local election damage.

Then move on to Diana stories, kat, and meghan...
By:
Escapee
When: 28 Apr 22 12:03
Funny Funny to see all the supporters and defenders of the lying to parliament, green-carded, highest taxes since 1948, Tax avoiding, FPNs, Lebedev of Moscow, endless sleaze party come here desperately trying to sound outraged and morally virtuous.

Keep goingLaugh
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 28 Apr 22 12:07
Be careful what you wish for!

One side wants to get rid of Doris but he is going to be an electoral liability

The other side wants to get rid of Starmer and he is a potential electoral liability!

I would say that there are plenty of people on the Left ( if that is a thing anymore ) want to get rid of Starmer and get a Socialist with a Socialist agenda. You couldn't slide a sheet of old school greasy toilet paper between the bum cheeks of these two party's!

On reflection Doris is the best Prime Minister for what I want for this country. Keep him in, that should be his penalty!
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 28 Apr 22 12:10
That looks like quite a dull party tbh

Where is Akabula. Perhaps he can advise on whether attending such a dull party is penalty enough if illegal or so dull it does not constitute a party!
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 28 Apr 22 12:18
Ha ha, indeed, but that's where we are.


Simply having decent people in all parties
might see us able to concentrate on more
important stuff like stokes taking over as
England captain.
By:
----you-have-to-laugh---
When: 28 Apr 22 12:30
Anyway...


Asked whether Durham Police are re-examining the case against Keir Starmer, their spokesperson tells me: “that’s not the case.”

"As a courtesy we've replied to Mr. Holden to confirm we've received his letter and will consider its contents before responding in due course."
By:
frog1000
When: 28 Apr 22 12:36
Both want high taxes, like to party whilst locking the plebs up, believe in the climate crisis hoax and want a bigger state.

The only real difference is Boris got us our freedom from European rule whereas Starmer wanted to ignore the referendum and keep us under foreign rule.
By:
lfc1971
When: 28 Apr 22 12:47
good post from frog
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 28 Apr 22 13:00
Boris got us our freedom from European rule

Yeah!

Free to get cheaper food

Free to negotiate cheaper fuel deals

Free to protect our border at Dover

Free to give the NHS £350 million a week

God bless Doris!
By:
Escapee
When: 28 Apr 22 13:11
"good post from frog"

yeah, it shows how you both ignore reality and delude yourselves so you can support all the endless sleaze of your super heroes.

i.e. you think both want high taxes, but the records show Tories have highest tax since 1948, so obviously Tories want higher taxes than labour.

like to party whilst locking the plebs up,, How many parties is boris being investigated for ? 22, starmer = 1 picture in his office.


believe in the climate crisis hoax = You are incapable of simple maths.


want a bigger state  Tories have been in power for 15 years, this is what you voted for.
By:
frog1000
When: 28 Apr 22 13:34
Boris had a salad in his office.

Starmer travelled 100s of miles from his office to have beer and pizza with multiple people.
By:
politicspunter
When: 28 Apr 22 13:35
One thing that Boris has managed to achieve, which I am fairly sure is unique, is to turn a 26 point opinion poll lead into a 9 point deficit in the space of two years.
By:
politicspunter
When: 28 Apr 22 13:36
I think I am also correct in saying that Boris is the only PM to have broken the law whilst in office.
By:
Escapee
When: 28 Apr 22 13:45
salad... oh lol, is that what cake is called in your village?

Going to the off licence for 2 suitcases of booze is called what? an exercise work out?

lying to parliament? is merely playing the TV game of "would I lie to you"?


Cash for peerages?  = "was about to go to the atm, but mr rusky said here's £200,000 for your wallet, let me pretend to be a posh english man"
By:
frog1000
When: 28 Apr 22 14:07
No cake was eaten at Boris 9 minute birthday meeting. Boris did not go out for suitcases of booze.

Sir Kier traveled hundreds of miles for pizza and beer with people outside his normal work bubble. No information yet on who he was with or where he stayed.
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