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On Fri 22 Apr at 11:27am Doug wrote:
Is it right to block a democratic question to an MP
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On Fri 22 Apr at 11:29am Doug wrote:
I have been trying to respond to my post is Maria Caulfield ridiculous. Page not found??
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On Fri 22 Apr at 11:32am Doug wrote:
What is going on is this censorship?
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On Fri 22 Apr at 11:39am Doug wrote:
Maria Caulfield
has responded and will now vote for the parliament standards to investigate. I have asked if she stands by her support for him as expressed on question time.
Will she now submit a letter of no confidence?
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On Fri 22 Apr at 12:09pm Green Sleeves wrote:
What does Boris Johnson need to do to get a letter of no confidence from these opportunist sycophants? Nuke Moscow? Poison the Queen? Opening some offshore detention centre thousands of miles away in a place with a poor track record of human rights and continues to rank towards the bottom of the human development index?
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On Sun 24 Apr at 4:08pm Doug wrote:
Have you asked
Maria Caulfield?
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On Sun 24 Apr at 5:35pm Nevillman wrote:
Doug. Have you got to the bottom of the potential censorship? Any reason to suppose you are being censored?
I think you are doing the right thing to keep going over Johnson. He must know that he is not forgotten or forgiven. Any response from caulfield?
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On Sun 24 Apr at 6:34pm Doug wrote:
Many thanks for your email on the Fixed Penalty Notice issued to the PM over events in Downing Street.

As you will know I have spoken out publicly on these events as I fully recognise the anger and frustration people feel on this matter.

I can confirm that I will be voting for a referral of the matter to the privileges committee to be considered once the Police Investigation is fully completed and the Sue Gray report pub
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On Sun 24 Apr at 6:42pm Doug wrote:
This is my reply
Many thanks for your response.
I understand MPs have been given a free vote.
However I am unclear if you now support the PM .
Your statement on question time was of full support?
I ask again will you submit a letter of no confidence?
I was concerned that the forum wouldn’t allow me to paste in?
Perhaps because names were visible?
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On Wed 27 Apr at 9:22am Nevillman wrote:
Politicians tend to give political replies Doug. Well done on helping to keep this issue going though Doug.
I wouldn't mind betting that we won't actually have our chance to really do something about this until the next election in December 2024 by which time Johnson will hope it has been forgotten and overtaken by other events. If in the summer of 2024 if it doesn't look like Johnson has been forgiven, the Tories will ditch him and enough of the electorate will get fooled once again by the next leader of the Tories in the election.


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