Saturday, 31 December 2011

Tory honours scandal

Five years ago it was Labour hitting the headlines with their Cash-For-Honours scandal. This year it is the turn of the Tories - who says there is a difference between the parties.

Paul Ruddock donates £500k top the Tories, makes £millions short selling during the banking collapse and gets a knighthood. Gerald Ronson who was jailed for the Guinness shares fraud gets a gong. Clearly Cameron has a clear view of what 'Big Society' means.

It has to be time to have a better system to honour those who have contributed above and beyond - this one is antiquated and fuedal. Anyone who would like to be a knight ought to stick to playing Warcraft.

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