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9:44am on Wednesday, 31st January, 2007:
With the cash-for-honours investigation getting uncomfortably close to the Prime Minister, what can the government do to prevent prosecutions?
Oh, that's easy. They can simply tell the police to drop the investigation. Hey, it's worked before!
Still, that could be politically embarrassing, as it would imply that the Prime Minister had done something wrong. No problem! Simply have the Attorney General issue a statement to the effect that what the Labour Party did was legal, with no opportunity for anyone even to read the argument let alone counter it. Hey, that's worked before too!
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