Labour Whip Admits Party's Guilt

Lord Tunnicliffe should prepare to feel the wrath of Balls:

“Criminal sanctions are extraordinarily difficult to bring about because of the burden of criminal law. It is fair to say though that you can’t find them in the current legislation. And, yes, OK, it’s our fault. I hope my leaders don’t hear me say that.” 

Given Tunnifcliffe is Labour’s Deputy Chief Whip, it’s safe to say they did hear.

Via the Guardian



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