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Last 50 tweets from @JolyonMaugham
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
'I think that the Met may not have investigated this as thoroughly as they could have done because they didn't want to upset Number 10.'

Ex-Met Deputy Assistant Commissioner @brianpaddick speaks to LBC as Westminster waits for the Sue Gray report to be released.

@AndrewMarr9
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
I’m on your page donating now👌🏼Keep it up!
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
Fresh donations needed?
I'm always keen for people to support the GLP machine that enables this to happen. I doubt we will need to crowdfund for this.
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
We will, of course, publish that letter when we send it.
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
A reminder that the Met refused to investigate Johnson's criminality - until @GoodLawProject sued them. And then they changed their minds.
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
Wasn’t disputing biggest. Just the “by far”.
I think seven of top twenty (including first) where you have one of top twenty does justify my point... But anyway - agree or disagree at least it's now clear why I said it.
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
When you say “by far the biggest audience” - you might be overlooking the 7 million people out bulletins reach every single day 📺 @itvnews
Source: Ofcom's latest report on news consumption in the UK. BBC has first place and seven in the top 20 where no one else has more than one. (Not my intention to dis ITV.)
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
Also, although Paul is a brilliant journalist, it is pretty telling that BBC has basically got none of these amazing scoops. It's got by far the biggest audience, so it's where you'd place your story, all things being equal...
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
(The answer to the conundrum is that all things are *not* equal. There is a general understanding that the BBC is not a good outlet for big stories that hurt the Government. It won't run them or it won't run them properly. It's not really a proper news organisation any more.)
 
I have to say, looking at @PaulBrandITV's feed, I'm relieved they can't privatise or strip the licence fee from ITV.
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
Also, although Paul is a brilliant journalist, it is pretty telling that BBC has basically got none of these amazing scoops. It's got by far the biggest audience, so it's where you'd place your story, all things being equal...
 
I have to say, looking at @PaulBrandITV's feed, I'm relieved they can't privatise or strip the licence fee from ITV.
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
NEW: No 10 tell me Sue Gray had photos of Lee Cain's leaving party and they believe they are very similar to the ones we've obtained.

Sue Gray passed all her evidence to the Met, which again raises the question of why police didn't fine the PM given what the pics show.
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
Our letter to the Parliamentary Standards Commissioner here. @cj_pope @GoodLawProject
 
We have now had advice from our QC and junior. We will be sending a further judicial review pre-action protocol letter to the Met in relation to the apparent failures in its investigation into the Prime Minister later this week.
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
We will, of course, publish that letter when we send it.
 
We have now had advice from our QC and junior. We will be sending a further judicial review pre-action protocol letter to the Met in relation to the apparent failures in its investigation into the Prime Minister later this week.
EXCL: @ITVNews has obtained pictures of Boris Johnson drinking at a No10 party during lockdown in November 2020.

The photos cast fresh doubt on the PM's repeated claims he was unaware of rule-breaking in No10 during the pandemic.

See all images here:

itv.com/news/2022-05-2… pic.twitter.com/iXopuPIQu7
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
In reply to @PaulBrandITV
At the time of the photos only 2 people were allowed to meet indoors - it was the second full lockdown. Boris Johnson told Parliament on 1st Dec 2021, "all guidance was followed completely in No 10." Questions now are: 1) did he mislead MPs? 2) Why didn't police fine him?
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
If you're about to sell your company for ££££ and would like to avoid UK capital gains tax, then do I have a blog post for you: taxpolicy.org.uk/2022/05/22/how…

There's also some boring stuff at the end that might be of interest to anyone who thinks tax shouldn't work this way.
How to avoid capital gains tax
taxpolicy.org.uk
 
It starts with love...
Replying to @JoshMacAlister
A striking piece of work, Josh. Congratulations.
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
It starts with love...
 
"Peiser, the GWPF’s director, introduced a GWPF report by saying it was 'extraordinary that anyone should think there is a climate crisis'." opendemocracy.net/en/watchdog-ur…
 
"Boris [lies], you get the impression in the bad weeks, almost daily.” It has led to “a bonfire of the decencies”. on.ft.com/3lwOMmO
 
A wealth tax would "lift 2.3 billion people out of poverty, make enough vaccines for the world, and deliver universal healthcare and social protection for everyone living in low- and lower middle-income countries”. theguardian.com/news/2022/may/…
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
A country with 171 billionaires doesn't need food banks. It needs tax reform.
 
What sort of Government looks at this graph and thinks, let's weaken trade unions?
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
This Australian result looks like good news? - on.ft.com/3wHSI9t via @FT
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
Sunday Times Rich List 2022 and 2021. pic.twitter.com/OFN7DVRvVC
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
If the Mail really wanted to address the cost of living crisis it would shut itself down. The lies it publishes to enrich its owner make things worse for struggling families.
 
Cut your dishwasher tablets in half and eat mackerel and sprinkles, says the Daily Mail, whose owner Jonathan Harmsworth (aka Lord Rothermere) has seen his wealth rise by £120m in a single year under this Government. pic.twitter.com/fUVPqMYS1F
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
Sunday Times Rich List 2022 and 2021.
 
Cut your dishwasher tablets in half and eat mackerel and sprinkles, says the Daily Mail, whose owner Jonathan Harmsworth (aka Lord Rothermere) has seen his wealth rise by £120m in a single year under this Government.
 
 
Channel 4, the Human Rights Act, the BBC, the Electoral Commission, Protestors, the Judiciary... So what type of accountability might the Tories attack next? Ah yes: organised labour.
 
I wonder how much the Sunaks' position on the Rich List is attributable to the non-dom tax loophole?
 
In reply to @mulcs85
I understand but don’t agree. It’s all part of the same mechanism.
Replying to @Dannythefink @mulcs85 and 1 otherfalse
I'm surprised you'd defend these changes in the distribution of wealth.
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
Fair enough. I would argue that a society that encourages and allows people to make a lot of money is quite likely to be better for everyone, but like most things that will be subject to much qualification.
Well, there's a lot of money. And then there's a clustering of it in a tiny number of billionaires' hands (not great for democracy). And a raising of the tax rate on the rest (my original point).
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
✨🔴Red Planet 🔴✨stream for Trans Power starting this Friday at noon UK Time on twitch.tv/sophie_frm_mars

We're streaming all weekend to raise money for @goodlawproject, @Genderintell and @SouthernEqual

(art by @BirdeeBlake check thread below for info on Birdee's stream art😎)
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
part of the reason this is grim is because it’s clearly an attempt to make people suspicious of female Ukrainian refugees under the guise of a jokey “real life magazine”-style story
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
They've also been assisted by the BoE's insanely low interest rate policy driving asset values at the expense of savers, and with the inevitable and now evident consequences of massive inflation hitting everyone
Replying to @neiljeffares @Dannythefink and 1 otherfalse
That and QE, yes.
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
This is obviously a strong and relevant observation, which tells you a lot about politics. I suspect however that you are confusing correlation with causation. This leads you to put too much emphasis on donations as a driver of behaviour.
I don't think (and haven't said) the causation is simple or direct. But the Tories are better for rich people and, as the graph shows, rich people unsurprisingly like the Tories.
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
UCU - Damning investigation into Covid death finds Burnley College broke 'health & safety laws'.

A HEI has been found guilty of FAILING TO VENTILATE CLASSROOMS ADEQUATELY LEADING TO DEATH OF A STAFF MEMBER.

Try “we were following DoE guidance” in court! ucu.org.uk/article/12289/…
Damning investigation into Covid death finds Burnley College broke 'health and safety laws'
ucu.org.uk
 
Strange to think that when the Tories chose to raise taxes they did so in a way that would hit billionaires much less hard than the middle classes... pic.twitter.com/nzjpcRvUjl
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
... or maybe it isn't that strange.
 
Strange to think that when the Tories chose to raise taxes they did so in a way that would hit billionaires much less hard than the middle classes...
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
In reply to @ShippersUnbound
That’s precisely the problem.
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
For our next cover feature in @DIVAmagazine I interviewed inspiring cyclist #EmilyBridges about #TransInclusion in sports- I was absolutely so delighted and Proud that Emily chose DIVA for this exclusive interview because of our outstanding reputation in Inclusivity 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️#LGBTQI
 
In reply to @daniel_barnett
Thanks Daniel. On occasions we get many hundreds of applications for our posts and, like most organisations that have grown very quickly, it takes time for staffing complements and processes to catch up. /1
Replying to @JolyonMaugham @daniel_barnett and 1 otherfalse
Our best friends recognise that our enemies are powerful and seek not to add to their (ill motivated) criticisms. They advance their observations about how we can improve privately, recognising that helps us respond constructively, and we are grateful for their feedback. /F
 
In reply to @daniel_barnett
2/ And I say that very much out of love. I am a huge supporter of @GoodLawProject's aims and aspirations (as well as a monthly donor), and I have nothing but the utmost regard for @JolyonMaugham and everything he does.
Thanks Daniel. On occasions we get many hundreds of applications for our posts and, like most organisations that have grown very quickly, it takes time for staffing complements and processes to catch up. /1
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
Correct me if I’m wrong but wasn’t it these guys who did 14 straight front pages demanding the police investigate a takeaway curry?
 
Jo Maugham Retweeted ·  
In reply to @ChardineTaylor
These days I feel I need to escort my masculine presenting partner (and sometimes friends) to public bathrooms just to pre-empt this sort of situation. It has gotten worse in the last couple years.
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
Presumably you mean "the (Durham) police" and not "the Met".
Replying to @smilingdemon
I do. Sorry for slip.
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
Donation headed your way 👍
Replying to @krobinson20072
Thank you. What enables us to do this is our army of regular supporters.
 
And, for the avoidance of doubt, absent a satisfactory explanation, we expect to issue further proceedings against the Met.
We are struggling to understand this and have instructed lawyers to write a further letter to the Metropolitan Police asking for an explanation. We will, of course, publish that letter. mirror.co.uk/news/politics/…
 
In reply to @JolyonMaugham
A reminder that it was only when @GoodLawProject issued proceedings against the Met that it opened its investigation in the first place. goodlawproject.org/news/met-polic…
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
And a reminder, too, that I have also said I think the Met should be investigating Starmer. But they need to conduct those investigations properly and fairly to maintain public confidence in policing and the rule of law. twitter.com/JolyonMaugham/…
Is there a copy of this memo that has the full event *before* "Dinner in Miners Hall" rather than the torn bit the Mail has published? pic.twitter.com/pTX4zUIwPY
 
We are struggling to understand this and have instructed lawyers to write a further letter to the Metropolitan Police asking for an explanation. We will, of course, publish that letter. mirror.co.uk/news/politics/…
Replying to @JolyonMaugham
A reminder that it was only when @GoodLawProject issued proceedings against the Met that it opened its investigation in the first place. goodlawproject.org/news/met-polic…
Met Police Partygate: Justice must be seen to be done - Good Law Project
goodlawproject.org
 
We are struggling to understand this and have instructed lawyers to write a further letter to the Metropolitan Police asking for an explanation. We will, of course, publish that letter. mirror.co.uk/news/politics/…
Partygate cops 'probed Boris Johnson at just two of the six events PM attended'
mirror.co.uk
 
 
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