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Inquiry into Carrie Symonds No 10 influence

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A Conservative think-tank has called for an inquiry into what role Carrie Symonds, the prime minister's fiancee, plays in "governing" the UK.

The Bow Group, which counts Tory MPs and peers among its members, wants an independent investigation to clarify the "position and authority" of Ms Symonds over concerns about her influence in Downing Street.

Details of any meetings she has attended or demands given to special advisors and civil servants should form part of the inquiry, the group says.

https://news.sky.com/story/carrie-symonds-role-in-governing-the-uk-should-be-investigated-tory-think-tank-says-12224401

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-56145491

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Typically Tory skullduggery.

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As I understand it, she has been influential in getting rid of a couple of unpleasant SpaDs- good. We wanted to be rid of un-elected bureaucrats anyway.

And she may be bringing a "green" agenda to the government- also good.

As almost always when women get involved, she is bringing a moderating and benign influence to a relationship.

Not so keen on them using tax-payers money to further her interior design ambitions, but since Dido Harding was given 22 billion to spaff away with nothing to show for it, and Matt Hancock's pub landlord got 100 million, it is small change I suppose, and par for this government's course.

 

 

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