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Massive cost of Euston HS2 designs revealed as major rethink looms


Misconduct in public office is an offence at common law, but (arguably and sadly not at statute law. Surely it would apply in this case; namely obvious fibs to parliament and its committees. There seem to be, in so, so, many areas of public life where fibs are told (from the top persons down). It is interesting to note how many persons in this sphere who declare that democracy is all, that they would give all for it, but then subvert the vary essential thing that is essential to it; namely freedom of true information!

Posted date

19 May, 2020

Posted time

10:16 am