Concerning the Partygate Fines why was Boris Johnson and other Tory Party Goers only fined £50 when other people were being given fines of upwards of £5000? Have the Metropolitan Police got questions that need to be asked about why the fines given out to Tory Partygate attendees were so dimunitive? It appears that these people have been treated different from others who were also fined during Covid Lockdowns. Why was Partygate treated so superficially by the Metropolitan Police Force? Specifically why were these fines, given to Partygate attendees so diminutive in comparison to other fines that were metered out to ordinary people? Also being that the police had a presence at Downing Street throughout Lockdowns shouldn’t questions be asked as to why they apparently knew nothing or if they certainly did then why did they not act on it at the time? Why did it take a leak of information to bring the matter to the attention of the police?
So why were Partygate fines so small in comparison to other Lockdown fines?
So why were Partygate fines so small in comparison to other fines issued for breaking Lockdown Rules? Why weren’t they treated the same as other people who were handed out such large fines during Lockdown? This is an issue that needs to be addressed and other people need to have these large fines reimbursed and brought into line with those given out by the Metropolitan Police to the likes of Boris Johnson and his cronies. Even Rishi Sunak, a multi millionaire received a fine over only £50 whereas others not involved in the Partygate Scandal got fines of thousands of pounds and these people weren’t millionaires but just ordinary people who , in many instances, lacked the ability to pay such large sums. So why wasn’t the £50 fine given to everyone who broke Lockdown Rules? Maybe some questions need to be addressed to the Metropolitan Police to answer this question. Questions also need to be addressed to as to why it took the Metropolitan Police so long to react to the number of parties happening in Downing Street when there is a police presence always there: instead it took information leaked to the Press to highlight the matter and start investigations rolling. The £50 Partygate Fines simply reflect the lack of interest and degree of complacency involved in the whole matter from start to finish.
Did you get fined for breaking Lockdown Rules? If so, refuse to pay more than £50.
Did you get fined for breaking Lockdown Rules? If so, then refuse to pay more than £50. If that’s good enough for the Prime Minister then it’s good enough for you. Demand your money back or raise a complaint. THE METROPOLITAN POLICE have set a precedent got the amount that must be paid for breaching Lockdown Rules. Make Sure you don’t pay any more than Boris Johnson did.
Partygate £50 fines just reinforce the fact that there is one rule for them and one rule for us?
In actual fact the fines given out to Johnson and his Partygate 🥳 aides was laughable given the circumstances. It also begs the question about handing the Sue Gray report over to the Metropolitan police in the first place because there has obviously been a cover up. As such the details in the Sue Gray report do not match the outcome of the £50 fines given out. When the Metropolitan Police only give out fines of this diminutive amount then what justifies other fines that we have been learning of of up to £14,000? Where is the justification that warrants those sorts of amounts? People should refuse to pay them and match only the amount given to the then Prime Minister, Boris Johnson. There must be a legal case to challenge these exorbitant fines based upon the precedent set by the Metropolitan Police in dealing with the Prime Minister and Partygate. After all these were actually the most serious breaches of the Covid rules because they were by the people who were responsible for drawing up those same rules. Doesn’t the mere fact that individuals have been fined thousands of pounds whilst Boris Johnson and his Tory Party Goers have only been found £50 each just go to reinforce the fact that there is one rule for them and one rule for us? Which is basically the whole moral issue surrounding Partygate.