In response to Niall McCrae: Who will stand up to this feminist abuse of power? Gary Laconic wrote:
Ah yes, Commissar – sorry, Commissioner – Cressida D**k: ‘If the Metropolitan Police or I myself can assist a Cabinet Office inquiry we would want to do so and we would seek to do so.’ What generosity, offering not just the service of the Met’s officers – constantly at a loose end due to London now being a tranquil paradise – but the availability of the head honcho herself, all to check whether Damian Green is in breach of the ministerial code.
It was bad enough that Kate Maltby’s pathetic complaint put Green under investigation – and urged to stand down by such as the ever-helpful Anna Soubry – but the Commissioner’s brazenly advertising the Met’s willingness to dig for dirt on a government minister, even though Green is accused of no crime, ought to have caused national outrage.
If Cressida D**k is taking an interest in his conduct, Damian Green might be wise to steer clear of Stockwell Tube Station.