The Labour leader said he was determined to prove no rules were broken. “The idea that I would casually break the rules is wrong. I don’t think those who are accusing me of it believe it themselves … They are trying to say all politicians are the same.”...then the only people they are fooling are themselves.
Because it's now plain as it could ever be that while police sought out elderly ladies resting on a bench while taking their 'permitted' hours exercise to slap them with a fine and undertakers seperated grieving relatives comforting each other at sparse funerals (and some of them did this because they were bitter people, it's no doubt true) under the imptression they were doing 'the right thing', it's clear those demanding it...didn't believe a word of it.
In a statement at Labour HQ, he said: “If the police decide to issue me with a FPN, I would of course do the right thing and step down … The British public deserve politicians who think the rules apply to them.”We'll never get that. Because it's clear that if someone enters politics with that belief, it doesn't take long before they are corrupted beyond any hope of salvation.