Monday, 4 January 2010
THIEVING TROUGHERS TRY TO GET AWAY WITH IT!
MPs who are being investigated for expenses fraud are trying to argue a case that they are protected by the 300-year-old Bill of Rights that gives MPs Parliamentary privilege.
Elliot Morley, the former Labour minister, and David Chaytor a Labour MP, are being investigated for claiming expenses for mortgages that no longer existed. Lawyers for the MPs are looking at whether the 1689 act could protect them from prosecution. If the Commons rule book, which has for years governed the expenses claims of MPs, is found to be covered by privilege then it could severely hamper attempts by prosecutors to bring MPs to court.
1689 ACT? DON'T MESS ABOUT WITH THE BASTARDS! Drag them out of the Commons and STRING THE THIEVING FUCKERS UP FROM THE FIRST LAMPOST!