Dominic Grieve (2)

A footnote to my post about Dominic Grieve. Am I alone is seeing a certain irony in that Sonia Khan was unceremoniously and illegally fired by Dominic Cummings on the basis of a single, apparently incriminating (but never revealed) private text message, whereas now 10, Downing Street and Geoffrey Cox are arguing that text messages are private and should not be made available to the House of Commons ? I would say it is an obvious case of double standards, except that everyone seems to have forgotten that there are, or were, Standards in Public Life which MPs, government ministers and civil servants are required to adhere to.

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