160422MPcheatsRichard Murphy of Tax Research UK has it right: “If a UK government is shown to have broken the law to get elected shouldn’t we have a new general election? And shouldn’t they be barred?”

Yes.

The terrific Channel 4 News investigation continues, showing that ‘battle buses’ that visited marginal Tory constituencies were canvassing for individual candidates, not as part of a national campaign.

The number of seats gained by the Tories in this – illegal – manner exceeds that party’s majority in Parliament.

The Conservatives therefore bought the 2015 general election by illegal exceeding election expenses.

Therefore the result of the 2015 general election is not legal.

This is extremely serious lawbreaking. All Conservative members who gained seats by overspending should be prosecuted, as should David Cameron (“made an error” – my foot!) and then-party chairman Grant Shapps, if not the entire Conservative Party leadership.

And we’ll have another general election – with no Tory candidates at all, thank you very much. In fact, should This Writer start a petition to that effect?

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