25 January 2009

Labour Lords - Laws 4 Lolly

No matter what organisation you belong to there's always a right and wrong way to do things. If you're not fighting for transparency and against corruption, you encourage it so the degeneracy of the Labour government should come as not surprise. Whether it be quango appointments or payments for peerages, the circumstantial evidence against New Labour has been overwhelming for some time. Therefore it comes as no surprise that 80% of Labour Lords succumbed to approaches requesting they amend laws in return for cash. Source. Indeed they boasted of their previous successes at influencing the law for their 'clients'. Others advertised access to senior government Ministers suggesting that the scope of the investigation into these allegations should be wide-ranging.

1 comment:

Letters From A Tory said...

Appalling, absolutely appalling.

This is what you get when people are appointed on the House of Lords because of who they know, not what they know.