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PPE supplied by Tory donors via the 'VIP Lane' has repeatedly been cleared for use by the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), overruling concerns of the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) that it is not fit for purpose.
The UK may be the only democracy in the world without a written constitution – a ‘higher’ law or code to which all others must conform.
He was crowned, or whatever happens to them, ‘Baron’ Cruddas on 2 February 2021 and a few days later, on 5 February 2021, he gave the Tories another half a million
A transparent & deceitful act by Government to target one of its most effective critics in an attempt to close down the most effective route to exposing its [Tory government's] disregard for the law
Evidence that two contracts awarded to Pharmaceuticals Direct Limited (at eye watering prices) were pushed through by Tory some cabinet members advisors including Boris Johnson's.
Government's defence of the “VIP” Lane is apparently determined to keep quiet the details of the politically-connected beneficiaries - and which Ministers or senior officials referred them.