Let’s face it: the Met must be corrupt. Partygate is really hard to explain unless that is the case

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A great deal is being said about Partygate today. Those with considerably more legal expertise in this area than I have got appear to be befuddled by the Met’s decision-making process.

How is it possible for one person to be fined for attending an event that was obviously illegal in itself, and for another person known to have been there to be found not guilty when attendance was, in itself, the crime? That is very hard to work out. Unless, that is, the Met is a corrupt instrument within a fascist state, knowing what is required of it. Then everything makes sense.

Which leaves just one question to ask. What are the odds that the Durham police are also corrupt? I can only guess, but my money would be on that being the case.