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Serial quitter Gavin Williamson is out of his latest government job after bullying claims

Gavin Williamson: he’s out in the cold again.

Gavin Williamson has resigned as Minister Without Portfolio in the Tory government, saying he did not want to become a distraction from its work.

He also said he wanted to clear his name from the bullying claims that have dogged him for the last few days.

As ITV’s news anchor Tom Bradby said, reporting the resignation, there might still be time for him to appear on I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here along with former Conservative colleague Matt Hancock. Indeed, stranger things have happened this autumn.

Williamson’s last Cabinet role ended when he was sacked as Education Secretary in September last year.

At the time, I wrote the following:

England’s education system is (momentarily) stronger with the announcement that Gavin Williamson has been sacked from his post as the minister in charge, as part of a Cabinet reshuffle by Boris Johnson.

His two-year tenure stands as testament to the fact that having no Education Secretary is better than having him in the role.

Incompetent Williamson’s failures are fast becoming the stuff of legend, with the headline disasters well-known to all of us:

In 2020, when A-level students could not take their exams because of Covid-19, he used a algorithm to allocate marks – that was rigged to make it seem that privately-educated pupils were more intelligent than the riff-raff from the state system that he ran.

He later tried to force disadvantaged, black and minority ethnic children in England to take exams when other kids didn’t have to, claiming that they respond better to examination conditions. It seemed clear racism – an attempt to put these children down with duff results.

He made it clear that the government expected all schools to open as normal in January this year – then closed them after just one day because prime minister Boris Johnson ordered a new lockdown and he was unaware of it.

He decided to foist Latin as a subject onto state school pupils, rather than anything useful. At the time I wrote: “Having killed the economy with Brexit and enormous numbers of the population with Covid-19, the Tories now want us all to learn a dead language.”

He scrapped dozens of legal rights for children.

He also wanted a clampdown on indiscipline in schools after the return from Covid-19 lockdown – but provided no evidence whatsoever to support his wild claim that our children had gone feral.

Before Boris Johnson gave him the bullet, it was suggested that Williamson would blame school pupils and parents if Covid-19 infections spike after the start of the school term.

Prior to that, he was Defence Secretary under Theresa May – but was sacked from that job too.

In May 2019, I wrote:

Theresa May has sacked Gavin Williamson as Defence Secretary, saying she has “lost confidence in his ability to serve in the role of defence secretary and as a member of her cabinet”.

It appears he is to take responsibility for an embarrassing leak from the National Security Council, stating that Huawei is to take a contract to help provide the UK’s 5G network, despite concerns over spyware funnelling information to the Chinese government.

But was he really to blame?

Mr Williamson himself is on the record as swearing on his children’s life that he had nothing to do with the leak.

But it seems an inquiry run by Cabinet Secretary Mark Sedwill has found that he was responsible for the leak, which has angered the United States government, which has banned Huawei from government networks and pressurised the UK to do the same.

Alternatively, some have suggested that the US is simply protecting its interests, saying Huawei provides better service than American firms.

According to The Independent, Mr Williamson is said to believe his firing was “politically motivated”.

It has also been alleged that Williamson was knighted on the wishes of Boris Johnson because he knew of connections between Johnson and Russia that the former prime minister wanted to keep quiet.

So there are certainly a lot of claims about Williamson. Did he ever clear up those previous allegations? Not as far as This Writer is aware.

Will he clear his reputation of this new stain on it?

Well, what do you think?

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Jacob Rees-Mogg is out of the government. Good!

Almost before Rishi Sunak could consider himself prime minister, the Cabinet resignations began – with some of the quitters leaving ahead of the boot, one suspects.

First among these was former Business Secretary Jacob Rees-Mogg, who had described Sunak as a “socialist” during the summer, when he refused to commit himself to the kind of tax cuts proposed by his then-leadership rival (subsequently prime minister) Liz Truss.

And now we have seen the result of Truss’s former Chancellor, Kwasi Kwarteng, merely announcing those tax cuts: an economic disaster.

In his resignation letter, Rees-Mogg backtracked on his “socialist” comment and said he would do all he could to support Sunak from the back benches.

Here’s a news clip:

I’ll try to produce an article on Rees-Mogg’s career, just to remind us all of the kind of man he is.

The fact that such a leading figure in the European Research Group (ERG) – the arch-Brexiter wing of the Conservative Party – is out should not give any of us cause for comfort; the government is still riddled with these politically and economically illiterate headbangers.

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Labour MP quits over sexual misconduct finding

Christian Matheson has quit as Labour MP for Chester after two charges of sexual misconduct against him were upheld.

Here’s Sky News:

According to the BBC,

Two allegations of sexual misconduct against Mr Matheson by a former member of his staff have been upheld.

The MP for Chester allegedly invited her on a private trip abroad, which was found to be “sexually motivated”.

He admitted he had committed a minor breach of the code and tendered his resignation with “great sadness”.

During a work event outside Parliament, he also [made] unwanted and unwelcome sexual advances.

Matheson said he accepted he had been found guilty of a minor breach of the code, but added that he had been found guilty of several allegations which were untrue.

His resignation has triggered a by-election for the City of Chester seat.

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Liz Truss resigns as UK prime minister after just 45 days in the job

Liz Truss has resigned as prime minister of the United Kingdom after just 45 days in the role.

She is the shortest-serving prime minister in the history of the UK.

She says a new leader will be announced within a week. If that’s true, why did the Tory Party waste the entire summer on a leadership election after Boris Johnson resigned?

Here’s her statement:

Jeremy Hunt has already ruled himself out of the running, after he failed to get the support of even the 20 MPs needed to get into the first stage of the last leadership race.

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Steve Baker calls for Guru-Murthy sacking after accepting apology. What a c… (STRONG LANGUAGE)

Steve Baker: what a- well, I think the description is now best described as rhyming slang for his Tory colleague Jeremy Hunt.

Tory MP Steve Baker has said he hopes Channel 4 sacks journalist Krishnan Guru-Murthy after telling him he “appreciates” an apology for being called something very rude, live on air.

The incident occurred after what Guru-Murthy called a “very robust” interview on events in Westminster yesterday.

Suella Braverman resigned as home secretary, chief whip Wendy Morton and her deputy Craig Whittaker reportedly threatened to quit, and it was alleged that Tory MPs were bullied into supporting the government in a vote on fracking that was seen as a mark of confidence in Liz Truss’s government.

After the interview concluded, this happened:

Obviously it shouldn’t have but it did – and Guru-Murthy later reported in a tweet that he had “reached out” to Baker to apologise.

Baker then accepted the apology: “I appreciate you apologising. Thank you,” he wrote.

But Baker then told John Pienaar on Times Radio that he hoped Channel 4 would sack Guru-Murthy.

He said: “If it’s in breach of his code of conduct, I do hope they sack him – it would be a service to the public.”

Accepting an apology for a transgression and then demanding further action over it is exactly the behaviour of the kind of person Guru-Murthy had described, in his description of the MP.

So there it is. Steve Baker – what a … “Jeremy Hunt”.

Source: Krishnan Guru-Murthy apologises for calling Steve Baker ‘a c***’ during livestream | The Independent

Suella Braverman quits as Home Secretary

Suella Braverman has resigned as Home Secretary, in part because she shared secure information on a private phone.

Here’s Sky News:

(Stick out the video through to Yvette Cooper’s speech because the first part of it really is an excellent takedown of the Truss administration.)

What was the second reason she had to go?

This Writer would like it to be her loose-lipped rants in the Commons chamber and media interviews.

Only yesterday, she accused Labour, the Lib Dems, Guardian readers and people who eat tofu of conspiring with Just Stop Oil against the government’s draconian attempts to crack down on protest:

Previously, she spoke about her “dream” of putting refugees and asylum-seekers onto planes to Rwanda.

These outbursts are not acceptable behaviour for a UK government minister; they belong more closely with some of the totalitarian governments of the first half of the 20th century.

But I don’t believe they are the second reason the lunacy of Braverman has been banished to the backbenches.

I look forward to finding out what it really was.

In the meantime, I note that in her resignation letter Braverman has attacked Liz Truss for reversing the insane economic policies that created so much economic instability over the last few weeks – and more.

She wrote: “I have concerns about the direction of this government.

“Not only have we broken key pledges that were promised to our voters, but I have had serious concerns about this government’s commitment to honouring manifesto commitments, such as reducing overall migration numbers and stopping illegal migration, particularly the dangerous small boats crossings.”

Braverman is the second Cabinet loss for Truss within a week and becomes the shortest-serving home secretary since World War Two, having lasted only 43 days in the job.

Her replacement is Grant Shapps.

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The commentators: what WAS Liz Truss doing yesterday afternoon?

We still don’t know why Liz Truss couldn’t answer an urgent question directed to her in the House of Commons yesterday (October 17).

Apparently Downing Street has said she was in a meeting with 1922 Committee chair Graham Brady but it seems this is untrue. Phil Moorhouse states in the video below that Brady was clearly visible in the Commons while Penny Mordaunt was answering the UQ and fielding further comments from all sides of the House.

He left around 10 minutes before Truss came in – not long enough to have a meeting (and in any case, Conservative Party business does not take priority over Parliament).

Those aren’t the only problems facing Truss:

And she is meeting Brady.

Apparently, whether she met him during the UQ yesterday or not, she did meet him. And she was expected to meet him again today (October 18). This is thought to be the moment when he’ll tell her whether she’s best-advised to stay or go.

And in the background, a YouGov poll of Conservative Party members – the people who voted her into office only last month – has shown that 55 per cent of them want her out again.

There’s no clear majority for any successor, but the front-runner is – of all people – Boris Johnson, with 32 per cent of the 530 people polled calling for his return, despite the obvious corruption and incompetence of his own time in office:

This tends to indicate that the Conservative Party membership consists of a bunch of dithering pension-pullers who shouldn’t be offered the chance to choose a new national leader.

Worse still, if this is accepted as true, then there’s really no point in them being members at all, because their choices are bad and will be overruled:

So: not only is there no point in supporting the Conservatives in Parliament, because they can’t do anything right, but there’s no point in being a Conservative, because Tory Party members can’t make good decisions and they’ll only be overruled by their party in Parliament anyway.

And the longer the Truss farce continues, the worse it will get for them.

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Five Tory MPs have openly called for Liz Truss to resign. Will more stand up, please?

Defeated: Liz Truss (right) looks desolate in Parliament while her new Chancellor Jeremy Hunt (left) takes the strain.

While the debate rages over whether (or how soon) Liz Truss should resign, let’s bear in mind that a handful of Conservative MPs have already demanded that she should go.

The Telegraph (!) has highlighted this campaign, as follows:

More need to come forward in public – in This Writer’s opinion.

It seems likely that many have privately indicated their displeasure to Graham Brady, chair of the backbench 1922 Committee.

But until more Tory MPs have the backbone to make their displeasure public, it seems Truss will ignore the wishes of the masses.

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‘Incompetent balloon’ Thérèse Coffey broke law to give ‘leftover’ antibiotics to a friend

Therese Coffey: she’s incompetent, she acts illegally, and she is a threat to public health. Yet she is the UK’s Health Secretary under similarly-incompetent Liz Truss. She should resign – but you know she won’t.

There should be no such thing as “leftover antibiotics”. The rule – the law, in fact – is that anybody prescribed them must always finish the course.

Otherwise, resistance builds up and the drug loses its efficacy.

Sadly, new Health Secretary Therese Coffey has already built up a large amount of resistance – to common sense and the rule of law.

According to The Guardian,

Coffey told civil servants in a meeting last month that she had given leftover antibiotics to a poorly friend, an admission that came as the discussion on how to alleviate pressures on struggling GPs moved on to public behaviour around antibiotics.

Coffey’s comments provoked despair and disbelief among medical professionals who fear that members of the public might reach the false conclusion that it is safe and lawful to share unused medicines because the secretary of state had done so. One doctor accused Coffey of “monumental stupidity”.

Not just stupidity but incompetence – and illegality:

It’s true:

“Sharing prescribed medications, particularly antibiotics, is not only potentially dangerous, but also against the law, and we would ask our health secretary to instead support us in encouraging good and safe prescribing practices,” said another doctor, Richard Van Mellaerts at the BMA.

But Coffey has compounded her crime by suggesting that pharmacies prescribe antibiotics without patients first being examined by their GP. The proposals have sparked concerns that antibiotics may be handed out more freely, leading to more drug-resistant bugs, and ultimately threatening patient health.

So there you have it. Therese Coffey is a law-breaking threat to the health of the nation. Where is her resignation?

Source: Thérèse Coffey criticised for giving leftover antibiotics to a friend | Health | The Guardian

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Why did Liz Truss meet Tory rule-maker Graham Brady? Is she on the way out?

Prime minister Liz Truss was in a meeting with 1922 Committee Chairman Sir Graham Brady yesterday – possibly when she should have been responding to an urgent question in Parliament about the economic chaos her recklessness has caused.

What reason could she have had for this meeting? Only one presents itself: a significant number of Conservative MPs have submitted letters of “no confidence” in her leadership, despite the fact that, under Tory rules, she should be free from challenge until September next year.

Brady could change the rules, of course, although he has said a majority of Tory MPs would need to agree to that – 60 or 70 per cent.

Or he may have simply asked her to resign.

That’s what this vlogger, Professor Tim Wilson, thinks:

Truss herself has apologised – and Hunt has backed her – saying she will still be here for Christmas. Meanwhile, Tories are lining up to call for her resignation and one has to question whether the drinks reception she held for the cabinet at 10 Downing Street yesterday (October 17) will have helped her:

Professor Wilson has a comment about whether she’ll be here for Christmas:

What a perceptive line: “Much like the turkey!”

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