British Cabinet Secretary Sue Gray could have used the advice of Labor advocate Daniel Stilitz while investigating parties in Downing Street while anti-Covid-19 restrictions were enforced. This was reported by the British newspaper “The Telegraph”, which reported that Stilitz deleted a series of posts on Twitter, in which he publicly supported the Labor Party and expressed its anti-Brexit positions.
In a Twitter post in 2019, Stilitz wrote, “The government’s current rhetoric is nothing compared to the bitterness it will eat during the upcoming election campaign,” along with other messages contrary to the conservative executive’s policies. In the report Sue Gray published last January, Stilitz was listed among those who provided “independent advice.” More than 50 members of government have now been fined by the London Metropolitan Police after an investigation – in parallel with Gray’s – of parties in Downing Street. Among those fined were Prime Minister Boris Johnson, his wife Carrie, and Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak.
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