Monday, 22 October 2007


For those of use who believe that Blair and his cohorts failure to be prosecuted over the cash for honours scandal was a travesty of justice have a glimmer of hope that the issue is not quite dead yet. The Telegraph reports that Inquiry leader John Yates will be questioned by the House of Commons Public Administration Select Committee as to whether Downing Street “obstructed” the investigation in order to protect Blair. If Yates tells the truth and reveals all he knows, the issue could be back on the agenda. Obstructing a police officer in the line of duty is a criminal offence, and at this level, will be very serious indeed. Something to keep an eye on? I think so.

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