Government Insiders Accuse Leftie Civil Service Pals of Leaking Policy Plans


Government insiders are fuming as confidential discussions on anti-smoking and pro-driver measures were leaked to the public by left-leaning allies of Sue Gray.

Fury Over Leaked Government Policies

Sue Gray, a former senior boss in the Civil Service, caused a stir earlier this year when she abruptly left her position to join Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer's team. Now, accusations are surfacing that her civil service comrades are leaking sensitive policy plans.

One high-ranking government source expressed their frustration, saying, "The Civil Service's current state is awful. It seems like they are trying to please Sue Gray by leaking confidential information. It's no coincidence that there has been an increase in chatter from the 'Blob' since Gray joined Labour."

Crunch Policy Talks Leaked

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has been engaging in closed-door discussions on crucial policies with a select group of his closest ministers and aides. Unfortunately, these talks have been marred by leaks.

Some of the leaked topics include a proposal to prohibit individuals under the age of 18 from ever taking up smoking. Additionally, the decision to delay the Net Zero ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars until 2035 and to prevent councils from implementing 20mph zones has also been disclosed.

Controversial Exit and Further Scrutiny

Sue Gray faced backlash earlier this year when she announced her departure from the top Civil Service position, especially considering her involvement in the Partygate report that contributed to the downfall of former Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Critics argue that her quick transition to a role with Labour raises concerns.

However, Gray and Labour maintain that she adhered to all regulations and received clearance to work for the party from Parliament's appointments watchdog. It is important to note that there is no evidence to suggest Gray's participation in the leaks.

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