Registered On: May 8, 2017
And as Gurney has pointed out above, the big problem is if it’s not declared, the public don’t know what promises, favours, knighthood etc, might be behind it. Look at the Dyson / ventilators furore. It’s easy for Boris to claim the tax waiving text was in the national interest, and maybe it was, but it also reveals exactly how he operates with total disregard for rules that are in place to stop corruption. It wouldn’t be so bad if it was one or two instances and he held his hands up and came clean but it’s a catalogue of issues and he acts like it’s an affront to have to explain himself, which he seems to have problems doing. Ask yourself why that is BS.