Police still looking for Blair/Levy smoking gun
The Observer reports that thus far, the police inquiry into the cash-for-peerages scandal has not found "any compelling evidence of serious wrongdoing". Of course it depends what you mean by 'serious wrongdoing', as subsidizing a hideous ongoing attack on the country (and others), would in normal times, be considered quite serious.
As far as the police inquiry goes, perhaps they should read the Daily Mail, where it was reported that Levy's friends said he would "take others down rather than take the blame", which, when you take everything else into account, tends to strongly suggest everybody concerned is up to their eyeballs in this.
Getting some prosecutions under the 1925 Honours (Prevention of Abuses Act) is just a desirable cherry on the cake.
Blair, amongst his many horrific crimes, has been running a virtual factory of peerages to flood the Lords with corrupt cronies who will rubberstamp his and Brown's police state, while early on, Levy nominated himself as Blair's financier of misery and horror.
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