Tory suppression of report on Russian interference in UK democracy suggests they are in it

Boris Johnson: Didn’t he take a huge amount of money just for a tennis game with a Russian donor? What did they talk about?

Why is Boris Johnson sitting on a Parliamentary report on Russian meddling in the UK democratic process?

What does it say about him?

What does it say about his party?

Is it something to do with the huge amount of Russian money that has been donated to the Conservative Party in recent years?

How much have they taken from Russian donors by now?

And here’s a question: Theresa May condemned Russia for sending assassins to the UK who failed to kill the Skripals but succeeded in eliminating innocents who had nothing to do with them – but was her party taking a massive infusion of funds from Russia in the background?

What does that tell us about her actions?

These are serious questions that need answers.

We must not have a government that is a pawn of a foreign power.

We cannot be sure that the Conservatives are not already such a pawn.

Until we see the report, there is only one way to be safe – and that is to vote for a Labour government instead.

The former head of MI5 has backed calls for a parliamentary report into alleged Russian interference in the UK democratic process to be published before the general election.

Downing Street has been accused of holding back the report by the Intelligence and Security Committee, which oversees the work of MI5, MI6 and GCHQ and sees highly sensitive intelligence material as a result.

Source: Make report on Russian meddling public now, says former MI5 chief | London Evening Standard

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5 thoughts on “Tory suppression of report on Russian interference in UK democracy suggests they are in it

  1. timfrom

    It’s worth remembering that Boris was Foreign Secretary at the time of the Skripal affair. He was first in line to point the finger at Russia and we all know the nature of his relationship with the truth!

    This one goes deep, deep, deep!

  2. Tony

    I am not convinced that the Skripal narrative that we have been given is correct:

    Why would the Russians wait this long to kill Skripal?

    Why break the ‘no harm’ protocol for swapped spies?

    Why put nerve agent on a door handle? There is no guarantee that the intended target would be the one killed by it.

    Surely, the people who applied it would have to wear full protective clothing lest they were themselves killed by it?

    1. wildswimmerpete

      The first attack involved BZ, a UK-made non-lethal incapacitating agent intended for area denial. That’s why the police officer and other members of the public affected survived. Basically BZ makes you quite ill for a week but then results in full recovery with few or no aftereffects The second attack used real Novichok.

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