As many will know, recently, Lord Ahmed was jailed for dangerous driving, having ploughed into a stationary vehicle on a motorway which then resulted in a fatality. Lord Ahmed had been sending SMS messages prior to the collision.
Whilst the Judge in the case stressed that the dangerous driving occured prior to the accident and therefore did not cause the death, it remains the fact that Lord Ahmed did kill a man whilst driving in his car.
However the death of a man does not seem that important to the Solictor-General this morning after she appears to have been posting comments on a blog defending Lord Ahmed and essentially saying "he didn't cause death by dangerous driving he was only convicted of dangerous driving".
Isn't it good to see that the tragic death of a man doesn't even get a mention? I guess her constiuents along with neighbouring constituents from the dead man's home will be pleased to see that the Solicitor-General has so much time on her hands she feels the need to post comments on blogs defending Lord Ahmed whilst ignoring the much more important consequence of the collission.
Note: I have seen the IP address of the source of this comment and it was definitely from Parliament. Whether some poor lacky will be blamed for it, who knows!
Via: Anna Racoon