Plebgate

26/11/2013 at 20:00 (Personal, Reviews) (, )


So, anyone who’s had to endure my stream of retweets regarding the sorry mess that is Plebgate, will have figured out that it means a fair bit to me. As someone indirectly attached to the Force, on a personal and professional basis, it’s not an issue I would ignore. Having already come into contact with certain views made by the public, I’ve taken more of an interest in this case than any other this year.

The waves spread far. Things are already difficult; I know this, even through a shuttered perspective. I have no real idea what my friends go through. No one can, unless you’re on shift with them. Be that as it may, I certainly don’t hold the answers, and will say no more on the matter. Innocent until proven guilty, etc.

But I will flag up this sketch by Michael Deacon of The Telegraph, as being worth a read.

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