So much for principled Green MPs

I’m shocked that Green MP absents himself from hearing evidence on the Scampi inquiry due to a conflict of interest, yet took part in the final deliberations.

Considering the conflict of interest was that Ewen-Street was rogering the lawyer for one of the parties, I’m amazed he felt he could take any part at all in the deliberations.

The actions of Ewen-Street, Meurant and arguably Peters have really undermined the of the select commitee inquiry. This is a shame because reportedly most did a very good conscientious job, and MP David Carter got a lot of praise for his chairmanship of it.

%d bloggers like this: