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The Judument from UK Court is in


Good Law Project is now able to reveal the names of four more companies awarded contracts through the VIP lane: Clandeboye Agencies, P14 Medical, Luxe Lifestyle and Meller Designs.These four are in addition to:

* Ayanda, which enjoyed a £252m deal n_egotiated by Liz Truss adviser Andrew Mills_.
* Pestfix which won approximately £350m in contracts despite being described by Government as a company “which specialises in pest control products, that was dormant in 2018” (see page 73).

There remain a further 41 firms yet to be revealed.

Good Law Project can also reveal that of the nine contracts the subject of the judicial review – one with Ayanda, two with Clandeboye and six with Pestfix – five or possibly six of them have failed in the sense that some or all of the PPE provided under them has proved unfit for its intended purpose (see page 2). Hundreds and hundreds of millions of pounds – spent with these three suppliers alone – have been wasted. It is inconceivable that this is the only waste. Moreover, the documents disclose that Pestfix and Matt Hancock are “in legal dispute” (see page 176).

In relation to Ayanda, civil servants were afraid of losing the contract with Ayanda because Andrew Mills “has close ties to DIT so wouldn’t be a good outcome” (see page 188), were concerned that Andrew Mills “is using previous relationships and making noise that we are not responsive” (page 190), and “Andrew comes through as highly backed as he sits on the board for DIT – so I don’t want things being escalated” (page 191).

The High Court said the Government should carry out additional searches for:
  • texts and WhatsApp messages for some selected civil servants; and
  • instructions, directions and decisions by Ministers in respect of the establishment, selection and criteria of the VIP lane.
It also said that the Government should supply details of the advice given by Emily Lawson in relation to FFP2 facemasks.

With reference to our other applications, the Government either has now supplied or agreed to supply the information we sought, or our application for that information was rejected by the Court.

The Government was ordered to pay our costs of the application.

Thank you,

Jo Maugham
Director of Good Law Project
www.GoodLawProject.org
Good Law Project is able to carry out its work thanks to donations from thousands of people. If you are in a position to do so, you can make a donation here.

#ClandeboyeAgencies #Tories #DavidMeller #PolicyExchange #HighCourt #Covid-19 #rightwing #judicialReview #Pestfix #PPE #MellerDesigns #Ayanda #LizTruss #BorisJohnson #LuxeLifestyle #UK #MattHancock #P14Medical #facemasks #cronyism #AndrewMills #Tory #VIPLane #pandemic #UnitedKingdom #EmilyLawson
 
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The Judument from UK Court is in


Good Law Project is now able to reveal the names of four more companies awarded contracts through the VIP lane: Clandeboye Agencies, P14 Medical, Luxe Lifestyle and Meller Designs.These four are in addition to:

* Ayanda, which enjoyed a £252m deal n_egotiated by Liz Truss adviser Andrew Mills_.
* Pestfix which won approximately £350m in contracts despite being described by Government as a company “which specialises in pest control products, that was dormant in 2018” (see page 73).

There remain a further 41 firms yet to be revealed.

Good Law Project can also reveal that of the nine contracts the subject of the judicial review – one with Ayanda, two with Clandeboye and six with Pestfix – five or possibly six of them have failed in the sense that some or all of the PPE provided under them has proved unfit for its intended purpose (see page 2). Hundreds and hundreds of millions of pounds – spent with these three suppliers alone – have been wasted. It is inconceivable that this is the only waste. Moreover, the documents disclose that Pestfix and Matt Hancock are “in legal dispute” (see page 176).

In relation to Ayanda, civil servants were afraid of losing the contract with Ayanda because Andrew Mills “has close ties to DIT so wouldn’t be a good outcome” (see page 188), were concerned that Andrew Mills “is using previous relationships and making noise that we are not responsive” (page 190), and “Andrew comes through as highly backed as he sits on the board for DIT – so I don’t want things being escalated” (page 191).

The High Court said the Government should carry out additional searches for:
  • texts and WhatsApp messages for some selected civil servants; and
  • instructions, directions and decisions by Ministers in respect of the establishment, selection and criteria of the VIP lane.
It also said that the Government should supply details of the advice given by Emily Lawson in relation to FFP2 facemasks.

With reference to our other applications, the Government either has now supplied or agreed to supply the information we sought, or our application for that information was rejected by the Court.

The Government was ordered to pay our costs of the application.

Thank you,

Jo Maugham
Director of Good Law Project
www.GoodLawProject.org
Good Law Project is able to carry out its work thanks to donations from thousands of people. If you are in a position to do so, you can make a donation here.

#ClandeboyeAgencies #Tories #DavidMeller #PolicyExchange #HighCourt #Covid-19 #rightwing #judicialReview #Pestfix #PPE #MellerDesigns #Ayanda #LizTruss #BorisJohnson #LuxeLifestyle #UK #MattHancock #P14Medical #facemasks #cronyism #AndrewMills #Tory #VIPLane #pandemic #UnitedKingdom #EmilyLawson
 

Capitalism won't save us from Covid, no matter what Boris Johnson might think


His claim that ‘greed’ was the driver behind the UK’s vaccine success ignores the huge role of state funding

Boris Johnson has attributed the UK’s vaccine success to “capitalism” and “greed”. Though these were crude remarks, if the prime minister’s words are any indication of his vision for how the UK can recover from the pandemic, there are worrying implications for the country’s policies at home and abroad.

This is not the first time that Johnson has taken the wrong economic lessons from the Covid crisis.

#UK #BorisJohnson #Greed #Covid-19
 

Capitalism won't save us from Covid, no matter what Boris Johnson might think


His claim that ‘greed’ was the driver behind the UK’s vaccine success ignores the huge role of state funding

Boris Johnson has attributed the UK’s vaccine success to “capitalism” and “greed”. Though these were crude remarks, if the prime minister’s words are any indication of his vision for how the UK can recover from the pandemic, there are worrying implications for the country’s policies at home and abroad.

This is not the first time that Johnson has taken the wrong economic lessons from the Covid crisis.

#UK #BorisJohnson #Greed #Covid-19
 
Loyalists pen letter to #BorisJohnson withdrawing support for #GoodFridayAgreement

LOYALIST paramilitary organisations have penned a letter to #UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson withdrawing their support for the #Belfast Agreement – which has upheld peace in Northern #Ireland for two decades
 
A new game for UK members:

Boris Briefing Bullshit Bingo


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#uk #politics #coronavirus #covid #borisjohnson #flannel
 
Kann es sein, dass die Clowns um #BorisJohnson gerade merken, dass sie sich verzockt haben und sie niemandem die Schuld für den harten #Brexit in die Schuhe schieben können?
Vermutlich wollten sie noch kurz vorher die große Hektik auslösen, um der EU in nächtlichen Dauersitzungen Zugeständnisse abzuringen. Dumm nur, dass wegen Corona da irgendwie gar niemand mehr drauf anspringt, weil es wirklich dringendere $Dinge zu regeln gibt.
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Und #NoTrump ist auch weg, auch wenn er es selbst noch nicht gerafft hat.

Jedenfalls verlassen die Ratten schon das sinkende Schiff.
#Cummings #Cains

John Major: Brexit set to be 'more brutal than anyone expected' | BBC News


The bill has been rejected by the UK's House of Lords.
This action is unprecedented in all our history - and for good reason. It has damaged our reputation around the world

"Because of our bombast, our blustering, our threats and our inflexibility - our trade will be less profitable, our Treasury poorer, our jobs fewer, and our future less prosperous."

Sir John also warned that Brexit divisions increased the risk of the United Kingdom breaking up.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-54879209

#politics #UKPolitics #brexit #UK #UnitedKingdom #BorisJohnson #law #InternationalLaw #InternalMarketBill
 

John Major: Brexit set to be 'more brutal than anyone expected' | BBC News


The bill has been rejected by the UK's House of Lords.
This action is unprecedented in all our history - and for good reason. It has damaged our reputation around the world

"Because of our bombast, our blustering, our threats and our inflexibility - our trade will be less profitable, our Treasury poorer, our jobs fewer, and our future less prosperous."

Sir John also warned that Brexit divisions increased the risk of the United Kingdom breaking up.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-54879209

#politics #UKPolitics #brexit #UK #UnitedKingdom #BorisJohnson #law #InternationalLaw #InternalMarketBill
 
An interview that's both brilliant and a car crash. One side perfectly prepared, eloquent, to the point. The other side woefully unprepared, waffling and evasive I think you can guess which side Johnson is on?

Getting 'R' number below one key to lifting North West restrictions Prime Minister tells ITV News

#Covid19 #Coronavirus #health #UK #politics #BorisJohnson #Johnson #interview #ITV
 
An interview that's both brilliant and a car crash. One side perfectly prepared, eloquent, to the point. The other side woefully unprepared, waffling and evasive I think you can guess which side Johnson is on?

Getting 'R' number below one key to lifting North West restrictions Prime Minister tells ITV News

#Covid19 #Coronavirus #health #UK #politics #BorisJohnson #Johnson #interview #ITV
 
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Books seen behind Boris Johnson tell their own story


As Boris Johnson told children at Castle Rock school in Coalville, Leicestershire, that exam results had almost been derailed by “a mutant algorithm”, eyes turned to the bookshelves behind him, lined with titles like The Twits, Betrayed and The Subtle Knife.

On the day it was announced that the top civil servant at the Department of Education (DfE), Jonathan Slater, was to leave his job, hot on the heels of Ofqual chief Sally Collier, the titles had a resonance which did not go unnoticed.

Has a savvy school librarian or English teacher snatched a golden opportunity to have a pop at the PM in front of the nation?” asked a reporter from the TES.

“Whichever librarian managed to get not just the “The Twits” but also “Betrayed”; “Resistance” and “Fahrenheit 451” in the shot behind Johnson has my admiration,” tweeted Sam Freedman, a former senior policy advisor at the DfE. Fahrenheit 451 is a dystopian novel by American writer Ray Bradbury about a society where books are banned.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/aug/26/books-seen-behind-boris-johnson-tell-their-own-story

#BorisJohnson #BorisTheDictator #ElectiveDictatorship #dystopian #BorisTheLiar #BorisHasFailedBritain #CastleRock #librarian #schools #DystopianBritain #dystopia #OrwellianBritain
 
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Books seen behind Boris Johnson tell their own story


As Boris Johnson told children at Castle Rock school in Coalville, Leicestershire, that exam results had almost been derailed by “a mutant algorithm”, eyes turned to the bookshelves behind him, lined with titles like The Twits, Betrayed and The Subtle Knife.

On the day it was announced that the top civil servant at the Department of Education (DfE), Jonathan Slater, was to leave his job, hot on the heels of Ofqual chief Sally Collier, the titles had a resonance which did not go unnoticed.

Has a savvy school librarian or English teacher snatched a golden opportunity to have a pop at the PM in front of the nation?” asked a reporter from the TES.

“Whichever librarian managed to get not just the “The Twits” but also “Betrayed”; “Resistance” and “Fahrenheit 451” in the shot behind Johnson has my admiration,” tweeted Sam Freedman, a former senior policy advisor at the DfE. Fahrenheit 451 is a dystopian novel by American writer Ray Bradbury about a society where books are banned.

https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2020/aug/26/books-seen-behind-boris-johnson-tell-their-own-story

#BorisJohnson #BorisTheDictator #ElectiveDictatorship #dystopian #BorisTheLiar #BorisHasFailedBritain #CastleRock #librarian #schools #DystopianBritain #dystopia #OrwellianBritain
 
Now that's reassuring. Everything is just fine. And I'm sure the app (if ever released) will work without a hitch as well. We're safe. The government has everything under control.

The training for the government's track and trace system is brilliant

#Coronavirus #Covid19 #UK #trackandtrace #BorisJohnson #MattHancock #lockdown #nothingtoworryabout #health
 
Now that's reassuring. Everything is just fine. And I'm sure the app (if ever released) will work without a hitch as well. We're safe. The government has everything under control.

The training for the government's track and trace system is brilliant

#Coronavirus #Covid19 #UK #trackandtrace #BorisJohnson #MattHancock #lockdown #nothingtoworryabout #health
 
From Ricky Coxon on Facebook

Govt: We’re talking to supermarkets
Supermarkets: You’re not.

Govt: There’s a shortage of chemicals
Chemicals companies: There isn’t

Govt: The science has changed
Scientists: No it hasn’t

Govt: We never got the email
EU: Yes you did

Govt: 25,000 tests per day
PHE: 7,000 tests per day

Govt: Ventilator companies are making ventilators for us
Ventilator Companies: you never got back to us. Dyson are though.

Govt: We’ve got 30,000 ventilators coming
Dyson: actually, it’s 30 for now

Govt: PPE has been delivered
NHS: No it hasn’t

Govt: We’ve built the Nightingale
Nurses: but no one can staff it though

Govt: Unprecedented economic package!
Self-employed: Not until June!

Govt: Banks will give you short term loans
Banks: 40% overdraft rates and we want your home as collateral

Govt: Save the NHS
Me: You bastards have been killing it for the last decade

Govt: We are not pursuing Herd immunity
WHO: Yes you are

Govt: We are not lying
Media: oh ok, good job old boy

https://www.facebook.com/ricky.coxon/posts/10156810802650807

#uk #UKPolitics #UKgovernment #BorisJohnson #MattHancock #lies #prevarication

Govt: We're talking to supermarketsSupermarkets: You're not.Govt: There's a shortage of chemicalsChemicals...

Gepostet von Ricky Coxon am Donnerstag, 2. April 2020
 
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