“A coward, not a leader!” Labor Khair Stormer said Wednesday he addressed Boris Johnson on benches in the House of Commons, a few feet away. The short sentence of the Leader of the Opposition reflects well on the circumstances under which the delegates, at the same time, decided on the possibility of being consultants in the companies. Emotions rose at Westminster Palace, and when it came time to vote on two controversial proposals, there were no surprises. Despite receiving the votes of some conservatives, Labor, which had sought to advance the ban in early February, got out of the way; And approved by the government, under the same name, but with fewer restrictions and no deadline for improvement.
The Conservatives argued that the rules in place were sufficient to prevent corruption cases, but within 24 hours they changed their minds and submitted a plan to Labor on the same day. One way to boil water two weeks later is because the Conservative Party has changed the suspension of a dubious vice president. Johnson now admits it was a “big mistake”. The lawmaker involved, Owen Patterson, eventually resigned. He acted in the best interests of the two companies he worked for as a consultant, promoting major contracts with the state and violating the Code of Conduct for Parliament.
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