Have they got a big enough carpet

Morning all

Have just read this in today’s Guardian, sorry not clever enough to do a link.

Labour has urged the Cabinet Office to investigate why the housing secretary intervened in a controversial London planning decision that could have saved a Conservative party donor tens of millions of pounds.

Robert Jenrick, the housing, communities and local government secretary, knew that the former media tycoon Richard Desmond had only 24 hours to have an East End property development approved before hefty community charges were imposed on the billionaire’s project. The imposition of Tower Hamlets council’s community infrastructure levy (CIL) would have cost Desmond at least £40m.

Jenrick has apparently acknowledged this act was unlawful.

How much more are they going to try and sweep under the carpet under the cover of Covid 19

Have a great day in the sunshine



There you go:

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Absolute fount of knowledge Graham, currently on my knees in worship :rofl:

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I suppose I could say “while you’re down there…” but I think I’ll resist the temptation :grin: