8.2 C
New York
Sunday, June 4, 2023
HomeWorldUK'Partygate': Whitehall tensed for top personnel should be involved in Sue Gray...

‘Partygate’: Whitehall tensed for top personnel should be involved in Sue Gray Report | conservatives

Government leaders are ready for behavior of Whitehall’s top officials will be subjected to harsh criticism in Sue Gray partygate report, after the governments former the head of the ethics department apologized for participating in an illegal assembly.

Amid rumors about whether Boris Johnson will be fined over private parties in no 10 yes also horror in whitehall about how to deal with with consequences senior civil servants involved as organizers of meetings when full the report is finally out.

It comes like Helen McNamara former head of propriety and ethics in The Cabinet of Ministers issued an apology leak named her as one of twenty people published with fines following an investigation by the Metropolitan Police.

BUT senior the source said there were concerns that the details in gray report, sama senior civil servant, would choose some civil servants in but bad light and there may be evidence that some deliberately violated rules when organizing meetings leading to potential for disciplinary action.

Gray has power name senior civil servants in her report, although she may decide not to use This. In her interim report, she did not name names and only mentioned “senior official whose main function is the direct support of in prime minister” is believed to be an allusion to Martin Reynolds, director private secretary.

Connect with team safe: create a Protonmail account and email us at the [email protected]; or use Sign Messenger or WhatsApp to message +44 7824 537227

government committed to revealing whether Simon Case, cabinet secretary, is receiving fixed-penalty notice, but intends to keep other names secret. Gray will not know who received a fine when she publishes her post-conclusion report of Scotland Yard investigation.

downing street on Monday came to the defense of the “anonymous process” of Met an investigation, under what names of fined are not officially released. Some Conservative MPs increasingly dissatisfied with “drip-drip” of revelations, however with defenseman Steve Russell said: “I would have thought that best The fact just transparency, open the curtains.”

The Metropolitan is expected to issue another wave of fines in in next few weeks, with Gray publishes it full report how soon after that as possiblepotentially after local elections purdah over in May.

Despite the investigation, cabinet ministers tried to draw a line under the partygate scandal. on Monday. Jacob Rees-Mogg, Brexit minister said fines for parties were “not the most important issue in in the world, given the atrocities in Ukraine, while Simon Hart, the Welsh secretary insisted “world moved on”.

Follow World Weekly News on

Adrian Ovalle
Adrian Ovalle
Adrian is working as the Editor at World Weekly News. He tries to provide our readers with the fastest news from all around the world before anywhere else.

Leave a Reply

Must Read