Tarred by association: Did David Cameron authorise the criminal overspending alleged against 24 of his MPs? [Image: Getty.]

Tarred by association: Did David Cameron authorise the criminal overspending alleged against 24 of his MPs? [Image: Getty.]

Remember when This Blog said the Conservative Party may have won last year’s general election by committing the crime of conspiracy?

The article reported 24 alleged violations of campaign spending limits that would have put the election result in serious doubt.

I named the MPs concerned and called for anyone in their constituencies to contact the police and demand an investigation. Those MPs were:

Craig McKinlay
James Heappey
Michelle Donelan
Michael Ellis
Scott Mann
Graham Evans
Mark Spencer
Luke Hall
James Berry
Anna Soubry
Nigel Mills
David Morris
Marcus Fysh
Stuart Andrew
Oliver Colvile
Maggie Throup
Karl McCartney
Kevin Foster
Marcus Jones
Amanda Milling
Alex Chalk
Mike Wood
Paul Scully
David Nuttall

Now The Canary has warned that time is running out, as there is a 12-month time limit on prosecuting offences related to election expenses.

That website has kindly provided a list of the constituencies involved:

Do you live in one of the 24 seats whose Tory candidates were helped to victory by the RoadTrip campaign buses?

Amber Valley, Broxtowe, Bury North, Cannock Chase, Cheltenham, Chippenham, Dudley South, Erewash, Kingston, Lincoln, Morecambe and Lunesdale, North Cornwall, Northampton North, Nuneaton, Plymouth Sutton and Devonport, Pudsey, Sherwood, South Thanet, Sutton and Cheam, Thornbury and Yate, Torbay, Weaver Vale, Wells or Yeovil.

If you do, consider contacting your local police force to make a complaint about your candidate’s spending declaration – and to remind the police that they can apply to the courts for an extension to investigate the allegations.

Consider the Conservatives’ record in office.

This is a chance to clean these parasites out before they get their teeth into our country irreversibly.

So please, if you live in one of these constituencies and have one of the MPs mentioned above, get on the phone to the police and demand action…

Before it’s too late.

Source: Conservative MPs ‘broke the law to win the 2015 general election’ | The Canary

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