Wyllow3 Sun 21-May-23 23:27:14
She asked her civil servants to try two things after speeding
1. to arrange a completely safety private course to avoid being reported
2. then she asked to be entered for a course anonymously.
They refused as it was not in their remit.
So she took the points.
This was reported widely as in including the Guardian and the Mail, but its become an issue for two reasons
the attempted cover up
and asking civil servants to collude with the cover up.
Its the second which in my mind is possibly the most reprehensible.
Both speak to her character however - "I am different, I am better, I can be above the law. (and I want to hide my wrong-doings)
Hopefully, another nail in the coffin, tho unlikely to be a sackable offence?