Theresa May in the House of Commons: She loves a bit of corruption.

This evidence is clear. It shows that Theresa May lied to Parliament on Wednesday (March 8) and should be dragged back to explain herself – or tender her resignation.

The emails, from David Hodge, Tory leader of Surrey County Council, and Jonathan Lord, MP for Woking, show that:

  • Sajid Javid, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, had given assurances he was trying to identify £30-£40 million for Surrey County Council – and for no other authority; and that
  • Mr Javid had been asked to consider taking money away from every other county – no matter how impoverished – in order to provide public cash for Surrey, one of the richest counties in the UK.

We know that Surrey was persuaded not to raise its council tax past the threshold for holding a referendum on the increase, but how was this achieved, exactly?

Mrs May was deliberately vague about this at PMQs, never once explaining the leaked texts and recordings that have exposed this scandal.

Now she should be brought back to Parliament and made to explain – and resign as well.

Source: #Smokinggun – email proves May lied re Surrey #sweetheartdeal | The SKWAWKBOX

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