Look at this, courtesy of Josh Brandwood:
Is Lucy Allan’s fabrication of a death threat by a member of the public already the subject of court proceedings? That’s the first This Writer has heard of it. It isn’t confidential (obviously); nor is it libellous to say Ms Allan made false claims about a death threat – she did; and the information isn’t defamatory because it is demonstrably factual.
So there’s no reason for the e-petition to be refused. There’s no point in asking the ‘Independent’ Parliamentary Standards Authority to investigate because it is apparently too busy covering up MPs’ misdemeanours.
That leaves the police. Is it possible to get Adam Waitling to make an official complaint?
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