“Misconduct While in Public Office” is defined by the Crown Prosecution Service (see http://www.cps.gov.uk/legal/l_to_o/misconduct_in_public_office/) as
“The elements of misconduct in public office are:
a) A public officer acting as such.
b) Wilfully neglects to perform his duty and/or wilfully misconducts himself.
c) To such a degree as to amount to an abuse of the public’s trust in the office holder.
d) Without reasonable excuse or justification.”
Is it possible that David Cameron MP, acting as the highest public officer, has wilfully misconducted himself to gerrymander the Electoral Roll to such a degree as to amount to an abuse of the public’s trust in the office he holds, without reasonable excuse or justification, except for his personal objective of retaining his post as Prime Minister and his partisan objective of winning the 2015 General Election on the basis of a gerymendered electoral roll?
What do you think?
Gerrymandering does not seem to be illegal in the United Kingdom but the Prime Minister using government of the day to fix the electoral rolls looks like misconduct in public office to me.
Should David Cameron be indicted for that offense?
Please form an orderly queue.
© George Tait Edwards 2015
The author has written a book on this subject called ”How David Cameron Fixed The 2015 General Election And Much Else” which is available at:
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