Rattled Ruddock replies in the Guardian

In the thick of it!

“it is standard parliamentary practice to abstain when negotiating in private with your own leadership in an attempt to get them to change their minds.”

Really?
Quite a difference from what she wrote in her letter to Lewisham Central residents only a month ago:

“I have always acted with integrity and stuck to my principles – voting against the government going to war in Iraq.”

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2 Responses to “Rattled Ruddock replies in the Guardian”

  1. Chris Says:

    This is “always acted with integrity and stuck to my principles”.
    She seems to have failed to explain how abstaining on the vote counts as “voting against the government going to war in Iraq”

  2. Max Says:

    Indeed.
    She abstained.
    You know, it’s standard practice…

    http://bit.ly/9QqKNh

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