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When the Police refuse to investigate crime

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In the very building where the governing decisions were being made, the laws of the land were being openly flouted. No 10 Downing Street advisors it appears were throwing parties at a time when an intensive lockdown was imposed upon England and Wales. Clearly, it is one law for the self-styled elite and totalitarianism for ‘the little people.’

Those closest to Boris Johnson laughed as they practised how to lie to the electorate about their shindigs. Such blatant corruption conjures up the saying: ‘People are treated as mushrooms. The electorate is kept in the dark and fed bullshit).

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There have been multiple reports from people in attendance that a party of 40 – 50 people took place in the Prime Minister’s own home on 18 December 2020. This would have been a clear breach of the ‘tier 3’ restrictions in place at the time. 

Yet, unbelievably, the Metropolitan Police notorious for ruthlessly suppressing the mildest dissent and arresting protestors claims there isn’t enough evidence to open a criminal investigation. 

The body threatening to get answers or take the Met through the court ~ hopefully not the same London assizes that condemned Julian Assange to death, Boris Johnson and his Cabinet have shown us what they think about the ‘little’ people. Our sacrifices are just something to laugh at. They think that the laws of the land don’t apply to them.’ 

But the law says we are all equal. And the Metropolitan Police need to apply it. It’s shocking just how much damage to public confidence in policing and the rule of law the top brass at the Met are prepared to do to avoid an embarrassing confrontation with Number 10. 

It seems the Met have forgotten their role is to investigate crime. Our lawyers have today written to the Metropolitan Police asking them to open an investigation, or if not, to provide the full and detailed reasons behind their refusal to do so. We’re also asking the Met to provide details of its policy ‘not to investigate retrospective breaches of the Covid regulations’, referred to in its statement of 8 December 2021.


If they fail to do this, we will be left with little choice but to consider suing. You can read our letter to the Met in full here. Good Law Project only exists thanks to donations from people across the UK. If you’re in a position to support our work, you can do so here. We recognise that this is a difficult challenge, so we will assess the response we get before launching fundraising for this case. Source

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