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SirNorbertClarke
23 Apr 23 10:10
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Scandal after scandal has left our democracy in extremely poor health

And another one bites the dust. Dominic Raab is the third man to exit the cabinet during Rishi Sunak’s six months at Number 10 and the umpteenth minister to be sacked or compelled to quit during the long years of Conservative government. He was the deputy prime minister. That’s a big title, his departure has generated large headlines and he’s not gone quietly into the night, banging the door behind him with a lot of uncontrite noise about being treated unfairly.

Yet his fall will probably merit only a small paragraph in the histories of these years. I say that because resignations have been so common. Bullying, sexual predation, cronyism, rule-busting, law-breaking, illicit lobbying for commercial interests. Name a genre of bad behaviour and these years have served it up. All political eras have their share of scandal. The distinguishing characteristic of this one is that there have been so many of them and of so many different types.



https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2023/apr/23/dominic-raab-is-just-the-latest-culprit-the-public-have-lost-faith-in-all-politicians



Hard to disagree and not surprising since Johnson and Truss couldn't even be bothered to hide the corruption their administrations were mired in.
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