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Conway Police Inquiry Ruled Out

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Scotland Yard has said it would not be "appropriate" to hold a police investigation into the expenses of disgraced MP Derek Conway.

It said a "lack of systems in this case to account for MPs' expenses would severely undermine the viability of any criminal investigation".

The MP was reprimanded by the Commons authorities for paying his student son nearly £40,000 to be a researcher. He also lost the Conservative whip over the affair

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7307765.stm

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At least these guys had some commitment to law enforcement

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...Scotland Yard has said it would not be "appropriate" to hold a police investigation into the expenses of disgraced MP Derek Conway.

It said a "lack of systems in this case to account for MPs' expenses would severely undermine the viability of any criminal investigation".

The MP was reprimanded by the Commons authorities for paying his student son nearly £40,000 to be a researcher. He also lost the Conservative whip over the affair

I think the problem was the system was lax.

Conway had been warned when dipping in the till to make sure he closed the drawer afterwards - that way the notes wouldn't blow all round the shop when the next MP came along.

Basic lack on consideration for fellow MPs.

There's nothing worse than seeing someone you voted for grubbing around on the floor for fivers.

Neil Hamilton had the decency to insist on brown envelopes - now there was a class act.

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The police are a bunch of w*nkers!

The only good filth is a dead filth :ph34r:

Your nicked my son. We don't allow such comments against masonic lodge members.

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