12 thoughts on “Osborne update: Standards commissioner ignores the facts

    1. Mike Sivier

      As in “not”?
      Ha ha, I’m just laughing because Prime Minister’s Questions is on and Ed Miliband just referred to “the part-time Chancellor”, which is really appropriate to this article.

      1. MaryMary

        Exactly. Unless things progress before I get time to do it, I’m planning to ask them what they mean by it – that nothing has been received? That they do not accept that whatever they have received should be treated as a complaint…..?

      2. Fiona

        I watched too…. If either of the unelected parties destroying our country thinks they have a snow balls chance in hell of being elected in 2015, they are more delusional than I already think they are!. We need to be rid of these bunglers, crooks and Nazi’s before its too late and the country goes irrevocably down the pan! (and THOUSANDS more die!)

  1. john ingamells

    its pathetic from a body that was supposed to have teeth and the motivation to properly pursue wrongdoing. I am with you about the need for an actual watchdog that investigates, so doing, it might make the MP’s adopt the standards that should have already been applied in the aftermath of the telegraph revelations. I’m sure many of them feel free and untouchable! E-petition does sound as if its required as a start.

  2. Sarah Parker

    I agree with Fiona – i’m sure lots of people would sign it. I suggest yuo contact Private Eye as well. They have a wide readership and are good at pursuing this sort of thing.

  3. Martin Kroupa

    Shocking, Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards trying to brush a possible fraud under the carpet. Sickening. If the fraud allegation was untrue, she could prove it and so clear Osbourne’s name. This is a kind of corruption that must be humiliating to every honest man in UK society for its undisturbed existence. These UK top criminals are acting worse than had those in the ex-Eastern European Block, we chased away in Czech Republic in 1989,
    Please do the e-petition. I sign it and get as many Czechs and Slovaks in UK as I can to join in.

  4. Robert Maguire

    Transparency? Osborne is hardly Mr. Cellophane! Please start an e. petition. I will sign and share as much as I can. The Conservative Party have destroyed their credibility and are finished in U.K.politics. Blair and Cameron have made the U.K. a disaster area.Please get that petition up and running. Good luck.

    1. Malcolm Burt

      In the light of the expose` on Parliamentary expenses a while ago,i am apalled by the negative response from their very own commissioner for standards.At the very least this should have investigated.Two things could then have been achieved.Firstly,that the commissioner was doing her job & Then deciding whether there had been a breach.If the commissioner has not accepted a complaint is she saying that she never received one?That aside,i`m sure that some one of mettle like Dennis Skinner would have revelled in this scenario.I will sign an e-petition if you start one because i believe that there is a case to account for.At least when other politicians have been in a similar situation large donations have been made to various charities.This guy has done nothing for anyone,except line his own pockets at the high price of a broken economy & treated those below him with utter contempt.

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