Theresa May: Racist signs on vans telling illegal immigrants to “go home”; plan to snoop on everybody’s Internet communications (except her own).
Stephen Crabb: Believes homosexuality is a disease that can be cured and that people with progressively-worsening health conditions are fit for work.
Liam Fox: Liked to spend public money taking a lobbyist with him on foreign diplomatic junkets.
Andrea Leadsom: Alleged inheritance tax avoider.
Michael Gove: Backstabber. And then there’s this…
The extraordinary treacherous act by Michael Gove in ditching Cameron and then dumping Boris Johnson to try to be Prime Minister has obscured another damning trait in this discredited Tory star.
Before he moved to the Ministry of Justice, where he undid some of the nasty work of Chris Grayling, Gove was secretary of state for education.
In the run up to the Campaign Whitehall belatedly published the Whole Government Accounts – an international accounting standard record of every pound spent of taxpayer’s money and the value of the assets held by the British government.
This report was late because of the failure of one Cabinet minister – Michael Gove – to be able to account for a staggering £33 billion -yes billion- of public money and assets while he was in office. That’s equivalent to half the education budget or THREE years of our contributions to the European Union.
If Michael Gove gets to Number Ten job it would be like handing over the running of the country to a reckless irresponsible teenager who ran up huge debts on his parent’s credit card but couldn’t properly account for what he had done.
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