22 Jun 2009

Daily Echo

When integrity is down the list
IT is apparent reading of the duplicity of Mr Burnham with regard to the fluoride debate why the populace considers politicians to be 'beyond the pale' and he seems to be totally unmoved by any thoughts of probity.
Not only do some Members of Parliament take taxpayers' money, on the premise they
are entitled to take it but, they also fail to disclose where they have pecuniary interests in decisions they take!
Integrity appears to be far down the list of items which one would assume is required for selection as a Member of Parliament.

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