We are at war, and the Defence Minister resigns.
We have mass unemployment and rising, and the biggest unfunded pensions crisis ever, and the Minister for Work and Pensions resigns.
We have local government elections throughout the country in which the ruling Party vote has collapsed completely, and the Minister for Local Government has resigned.
We have European elections where the vote for Labour has fallen to third and possibly fourth place, and the Minister for Europe demands a seat in Cabinet in return for not resigning.
We have the highest levels of concern about safety and security in civil society, the security of our borders, and the destruction of our civil liberties, and the Home Secretary resigns.
We have the highest level of public debt ever, including the aftermath of the second World War, and the Chancellor of the Exchequer refuses to resign when required to do so by the Prime Minister.
We have the Business Minister flying round the world setting right the various offence caused by the Foreign Secretary, who refuses to resign when required to do so by the Prime Minister.
We have a Prime Minister who has landed us with £1.3 trillion of debt, no manufacturing or industrial base, and cannot control his own administration, who refuses to resign.
"What is morality?"
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