Thursday, July 19, 2007

All hell is about to break loose

The CPS has decided that no charges are to be brought against those involved in the cash-for-honours investigation.

And so it came to pass that another of the year's predictions came true.

Will the story go quietly? Not a chance. Expect the Tory blogs to erupt with indignation. Especially as one of Guido's predictions falls flat (and not for the first time)...
Tuesday, July 17, 2007
Levy's Next Visit to the Police
Sleazy Levy is due to visit a police station under the terms of his bail conditions shortly. He will be very nervous about this visit. There is a good chance that he will be charged on this next visit. Ruth Turner is also due to answer bail soon. Guido is looking to collect soon on some bets on Levy facing charges. Blair has kept an in with Levy, through having his foundation hiring his son (as well as hiring Ruth Turner). Probably shrewd to keep them both close in these perilous times...

2 comments:

George Calthorpe said...

Coming from a member of an organisation that spies on its opponents socialising down the "battle cruiser" or those buying groceries down the local supermarket, what else were we to expect.

Enjoy your pyrrhic victory, Sir.

PoliticalHack said...

Been at the gin again, George?

I have no idea what that first phrase means and suspect that the second refers to Whitless' use of his council Jag as a home delivery service for shopping. Please enlighten me...