One of the very strong arguments for Matt to remain

Given that these men and women along with some of their other colleagues in the same Cabinet are not very credible or have made some very significant mistakes, one can of course make a strong argument for them to resign or be sacked. At the moment the tension between Matt Hancock resigning for his personal behaviour which breaks the rules he has set and for failing to resign for the same reason he has called on other people to resign, is at conflict with the mistakes he has made as the Health Secretary. The fact that the Prime Minister is not calling for him to resign or is not considering sacking him is partly because his own actions have been deeply concerning. Indeed all of these people who are part of the Cabinet are either incompetent, offensive towards other people or who have made very clear mistakes or have some very deeply challenging aspects of their own lives. If one of them goes, let alone all of them which MPs will take over. The many at the top in the centre is clearly a very challenging person but then some people in the UK are supportive towards him, so he will remain for the moment as will his colleagues. What will happen next is very hard to imagine but as long as the Conservative votes are so much stronger than any other party and for as long as the other parties are not working in a collaborative way when it comes to elections we are not in any position to be able to change the outcome.

About ianchisnall

I am passionate about the need for public policies to be made accessible to everyone, especially those who want to improve the wellbeing of their communities. I am particularly interested in issues related to crime and policing as well as health services and strategic planning.
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