Met drops Shapps investigation. Police running scared of Tories after plebgate?

Pride's Purge

(not satire – it’s the UK today)

The Metropolitan Police have decided to drop their investigation into Tory Chairman Grant Shapps’ internet businesses despite openly admitting he may have committed an “offence of fraud”.

Here’s the fuller story from Channel 4.

Now that’s mighty strange.

Has anyone ever before heard of the police dropping an investigation while at the same time admitting an offence may have been committed?

Could this be an example of the police running scared of the Conservative Party after plebgate?


Related articles by Tom Pride:

Angry police seek right to kettle themselves

Tories on Plebgate: police lied. Tories on Hillsborough: blaming police “contemptible”

Police to shift crime fighting focus away from shagging hippies to catching criminals

Statement from Andrew Mitchell on plebgate– “Rozzers stitched me up good an’ proper, innit?”

No link at all between police, paedophilia, plebs and politicians. Probably.


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