Now we just need one to admit they are a liar whilst they are still in politics.
That would be a first.
Originally posted by iskander683
reply to post by Ginga
He was still in politics until he resigned as an MP after admitting his guilt. He had stood down from his cabinet post while he was trying to defend himself in this case but he was still an MP.
The deputy prime minister was even going to give him another place on the cabinet if he was found not guilty. Makes me laugh.
Originally posted by michael1983l
reply to post by iskander683
Why if he was found not guilty, should he have not been given his post back? Not guilty means that a court has proven him to be innocent, so why should the person have been punished further if that would have been the case?
As he was found guilty, lets lock him up for the maxiumum allowed sentance.