Mps in middlesbrough tried to explain the expences accounts to claim heating costs as people suffer winter fuel shortages at cost.
How can MP’s blame others for there problems.
In 2013, British reporters have found evidence of cocaine use in the cubicles of the toilets outside Strangers’ Bar and in private areas close to MPs’ offices, areas of Parliament that are NOT PUBLIC.
In 2005, a German television station found traces of cocaine in 41 out of 46 MEP’s lavatories tested at the European Parliament in Brussels.
Random drug tests are carried out in Britain on our Armed Forces and failures are kicked out. Sportsmen and women are regularly and routinely tested for illegal drug use. Unannounced drug testing for a range of other types of employment is now becoming common. Clearly, it is now necessary to extend this to all top government positions.
It is essential that those entrusted with the responsibility of Britain and how hard-earned taxes are spent, are clean, clear-headed, responsible and answerable at all times to we, the British people, who employ them.
Illegal drug use in Parliament has been uncovered using cocaine indicator swabs, which are regularly used by the police and customs officers. As Parliament’s toilets are cleaned regularly, the white powder must have been snorted in the few hours prior to the swabs being taken. This must make us wonder as to how frequent and routinely illegal drug use has become in Westminster and the other British regional parliamentary institutions.
The British people have the right and responsibility to demand the comprehensive, compulsory drug testing of all MPs in the British Parliaments of London, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, all peers in the House of Lords, and representatives in all other upper chambers.
Drug testing for illegal substances should also apply to all highly positioned civil servants, third sector and civil society “leaders” who are performing a high level of responsibility in a third sector-type, public sector role, or a role that would formerly have been that of a public sector employee prior to the strengthening and growth of the third sector over the last 25 years.
This should also include “leaders,” CEOs and managers in the private and charity sectors whose organisations have received British Government grants or tax breaks, and are therefore in a role of responsibility, and are beholden, to the British tax payer.
This must also include all MEPs, and the entire European Parliament, and all other EU institutions.
The testing for illegal drug use should include ANYONE in charge of public money and who are therefore in positions of trust.
Random tests must become widespread and in force at all times. Instant sacking and prosecution through the police and courts should follow for all who fail, irrespective of their position and status!
New government departments of narcotic use will need to be set up to deal with this, both in Britain and in Europe.