Crown Prosecution Service prosecutors were due to make an announcement on the files they have received from 15 police forces which could prevent the Tory MPs implicated from standing in the upcoming snap General Election, today, May 9th. That date was set before the snap election was announced by Theresa May.
The public were supposed to hear from the Crown Prosecution Service themselves which Tory MPs will be charged with #ToryElectionFraud before they voted in the General Election on June 8th. Tomorrow the Tory MPs will learn if they will be charged with criminal electoral fraud at 11am. But will the electorate?
Today, there was no announcement. When contacted the CPS said:
“CAN YOU CONFIRM THAT THE CROWN PROSECUTION SERVICE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT DOESN’T HAVE A TELEPHONE?” – US
“UH..HOW CAN I PUT THIS?…UH… THE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT IS CURRENTLY, UH… RECONFIGURING ITS TELEPHONE NUMBER.” – CROWN PROSECUTION SERVICE
If found guilty the Tory MPs could face up to a year behind bars as well as an unlimited fine.
The CPS has received files from Avon & Somerset, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Devon & Cornwall, Gloucestershire, Greater Manchester, Kent, Lincolnshire, Metropolitan, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire, West Mercia, West Midlands and West Yorkshire police forces.
Facts on Tory Election Fraud :
Theresa May’s Chief of Staff directly 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 had a majority of 17.
The announcement of criminal prosecutions against the Tories during an election campaign would obviously have an effect on the result. So why the delay? We rang the Crown Prosecution Service to ask them. Here’s the result.
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