You're wrong I'm afraid. Some anonymous thick a mince bloke on the internet has declared he is a criminal and has to be sacked. That's just the way it is I'm sorry. He's a gonner.Boris, truxx and Durham rozzers disagree with you. And of those the ones to take notice of are Durham rozzers.
Same here. Mind you, I'd like to think we'd stand up for our staff if someone wanted them sacked for anything other than a bloody good reason that satisfied us, not those looking to cause upset.I for one am very pleased that Boris didn't bow to public and media pressure to sack DC.
Well, you could look at what he himself said he did, and read the law. Then you wouldn't need to worry about media bias.I Googled "Mr. Cummings did break the law."
Daily Telegraph."Dominic Cummings has been a victim of persecution and did not break the law"
The Independant "He might have broken the law"
The Metro Quoting Gavin Williamson "Dominic Cummings broke no law"
So who to believe?
You had better call the police if it is that serious. Don’t worry that the police think it to be nothing more than a minor infraction.
Call them. You have a right to be heard.
This should get very interesting and funny as the usual suspect trip over themselves in their self imposed task of getting DC sacked*. Make sure you are well stocked up with beer and popcorn.
*Ain't gonna happen.
Yeah, of course, they said he was in the clear. Not that it's particularly up to them, mind, for now we still sort of have courts.If Durham Constabulary are happy with their interpretation of the law, then so am I.
Salted popcorn is fine. Don't use the sweet stuff though.
"Not that it's particularly up to them" - Then who is it up to? If Durham police are not taking it any further, why would this trouble the courts?Yeah, of course, they said he was in the clear. Not that it's particularly up to them, mind, for now we still sort of have courts.
Again-read the Regulations, read what Mr. Cummings said, draw your own conclusions.
That seems like a fair summary. I wonder if those who want him to be sacked/resign will accept that as a decision?I am now happy that the trip to Durham has been assessed as lawful. I am also happy that the trip to BC has been assessed as unlawful, with NFA.
Not everyone out is an infraction, that is an incorrect statement. Cummings trip to BC was what we always thought it was. Not serious, but not what Cummings tried to say it was.
I don't think it should go to court."Not that it's particularly up to them" - Then who is it up to? If Durham police are not taking it any further, why would this trouble the courts?
Still chasing click bait, but the battle is lost and the media are advancing in another direction........... Astonishing really, as I wouldn't have bet a quid on cummings on Tuesday morning surviving.It's interesting to see that The Times, which previously was wholeheartedly joining in on the witch hunt, has decided to only publish two stories about DC today. Meanwhile the Telegraph is still in full flow.
I think The Times realised the story is dead and that dwelling on it does more damage to them than to DC.