Conservative Mark Pritchard, 48, was interviewed by the police on December 2 after an allegation of rape. He was bailed and has not been charged with any offence.
Isn’t it interesting how “one rule for them, another rule for us” works even in the UK’s governing party?
If this backbencher can be arrested for a serious offence, why is George Osborne allowed to go free after he fiddled his expenses? Why is Iain Duncan Smith not facing charges relating to the deaths of benefit claimants?
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