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Angela Rayner: Police will take no further action over housing claims


pellinore

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It was only a pathetic attempt at a smear campaign anyway:

Police will take no further action against Labour's Angela Rayner after accusations surrounding her living arrangements in 2010.

Officers from Greater Manchester Police (GMP) launched an investigation into the party's deputy leader earlier this year, after reports suggested she may have lived primarily at her then husband's address in Stockport, despite registering to vote under her own nearby - which could be a breach of electoral rules.

Ms Rayner repeatedly denied the claims and the force had initially decided against looking into them.

But they later received a complaint from Tory MP James Daly, informing them of claims made by neighbours that contradicted the Labour MP's statements, and so they opened a probe.

Angela Rayner: Police will take no further action against Labour's deputy leader over housing claims | Politics News | Sky News

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I seem to remember Raynor telling Boris to resign after the police started an official investigation into him, she looks to have a problem following her own advice.

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2 hours ago, L.A.T.1961 said:

I seem to remember Raynor telling Boris to resign after the police started an official investigation into him, she looks to have a problem following her own advice.

Difference is he broke the law. She didn't. Just typical Tory lies to give them something to say in the absence of policy.

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21 hours ago, Setton said:

Difference is he broke the law. She didn't. Just typical Tory lies to give them something to say in the absence of policy.

They were both under police investigation, Raynor said that was enough of a problem for Boris to stand down, irrespective of the final legal outcome.

Then she failed to take her own advice when under police investigation. 

She is a hypocrite. 

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3 hours ago, L.A.T.1961 said:

They were both under police investigation, Raynor said that was enough of a problem for Boris to stand down, irrespective of the final legal outcome.

Then she failed to take her own advice when under police investigation. 

She is a hypocrite. 

So, a politician then.

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