“The government knows perfectly well what it has got to do. It knows that if it produces a completely unsatisfactory result it will face a motion of no confidence in the other place and will fall.”
With a warning from the Lords from both sides of the Brexit debate ringing in her ears, Tory Prime Minister Theresa May will now face increasing scrutiny following the announcement that #Article50 will be passed on Wednesday 29th of March. This announcement will be made before the conclusion to the ongoing criminal investigations into the #ToryElectionFraud scandal. Stunningly, cheating elections isn’t the only thing this illegitimate Tory government engages in – and no wonder, given that the BBC gave credence to Tom Watson’s Tinfoil Hat wearing ramblings about ‘reds under the bed’.
Towards the end of last year there was a Tory backbench rebellion over the gerrymandering boundary changes being rammed through the Commons by Theresa May. In the upcoming Boundary changes the Conservatives are in one stroke going to get rid of 75 democratically elected seats – mainly of opposing parties.
In doing so they will ‘cement in’ the control of Parliament they gained by #ToryElectionFraud – because the electoral models used to redraw the boundaries don’t factor in the 2 million voters and more voters who registered to vote in the EU Referendum, most of whom weren’t Tory voters, bedding their disenfranchisement into the structure of our democratic process.
This means that after stealing 29 marginal seats from the Liberal Democrats & the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Theresa May will now effectively lock down their ill gotten majority – and lock those voices from either end of the Brexit debate out of their rightful place in Parliament.
The Tories are doing all of this in the teeth of opposition from their own MPs, as well as the rest of the House of Commons.
This is also being rammed through whilst the current government, with no post Brexit mandate, sits with a tiny Parliamentary majority of just 12.
It is a government under criminal investigation for Electoral Fraud by Police forces across the land, a scandal in which :
The Prime Minister’s own chief of Staff is implicated.
2 Tory MPs questioned & cautioned by the Police.
3 Tory MPs cases have resulted in a £70,000 fine.
12 Tory MPs have had cases handed in to the Crime Prosecution service.
12 Tory MPs cases still to make an announcement.
29 Tory MPs implicated in a criminal defrauding of elections to the British Parliament. The Tories have a majority of 12.
What price Democracy? Apparently all of this is happening so that “the tax payer can save £20 million.”
Sadly, that money won’t even go half way to offsetting the cost we the Taxpayer shall fork out so that the Tories can fill the unelected House of Lords with yet more Tory Lords – they are currently planning on spending £46 million doing exactly that.