Sue Gray report going through legal checks

swordtrombonefish

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jonny_greenings_sock

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What I don't get is yesterday the MET were happy for the report to be released in full, then suddenly they insist on it's most important parts be blocked.

What's changed in a few hours? Either the report was way more damaging than the MET realised and a possibility of a misconduct in a public office offence has been committed (hiding/deleting evidence, blackmail etc) or the MET are activity or incompetently, whitewashing the report.

None of this looks good for any of the parties involved, but it could also be about to explode.
You missed the first bit though, that the Met at first were happy not to investigate the crime they witnessed, in progress, in probably the most secure place in the whole country which is guarded by officers 24/7 and every inch of which is covered in CCTV, because there was nothing to investigate and also they don’t investigate crimes which happened in the past.

Then at the very second a civil servant does their job for them, and is hours away from publishing their report which will be highly damaging for both the government and the Met, the Met not only decide that they want to investigate it now, but also that the civil servant’s report can’t be published.

That’s the bit that changes it from standard incompetence and collusion to full blown corruption. What’s shocking is that it’s so obvious and they’re barely even trying to hide it.

Banana republic stuff. Disgusting.
 

festa5

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If it's just about issuing fixed penalty fines what exactly is there to investigate anyway?

If Sue Gray has evidence of parties taking place and proof of who attended what else is there to investigate? She's done their job for them. A PC could nip round number 10 this morning, issue the fine/summons and that's job done.

Sue Gray could then publish the report in full this afternoon.

So either the met are investigating something more serious (but reports say no). Or it's a cover up and an attempt to stop the report embarrassing them. Pathetic.

If the government weren't up to their neck in it themselves, they'd be asking serious questions. Of course the met corruption suits their purpose so they'll be quite happy.
 

coraldon

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So if what happens now! which I think 90% of the population knows the outcome, Cressida d*ck,head has tarnished the name and rank of every police officer in UK.
 

Ziggy

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So if what happens now! which I think 90% of the population knows the outcome, Cressida d*ck,head has tarnished the name and rank of every police officer in UK.

Gets even better

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also her number 2 in that department is Javid’s brother. Bas
 
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