I’m no defender of the Tory party, but in this case his crime seemed to be more one of lying than one of theft. He faked the invoices, i think, so that he could use up his start up budget, and keep more available in his budget for ongoing expenses https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-47667080
the party stayed with him either to say that they felt the deselection was harsh, or to avoid throwing someone else to the wolves
If it helps at all I spent a number of long periods in a knee brace, the best way for making sleep comfortable in a brace was buying a long pillow that I could “hug” while sleeping and put my braced leg on so it wouldn’t rub the other.
If the oil is on the dip stick it’s not going to be too far off. Maybe just getting it on level ground will give you the correct reading (although like Ridge mentioned – make sure the engine is cool or you risk getting an inaccurate reading and over filling)
The oil light is a real last resort. I checked my oil the other day and it wasn’t recording on the dip stick. took 2 litres of oil to even reach the bottom of the dip stick….and the oil warning light never came on… (maybe the bulb was broken!?)
Personally, I agree and he’s misjudged the upskirting bill issue (and in my daughter’s case, Finns Law, but that’s her opinion). Where he really seems to fall down as an MP is if he’s so upset by the process, surely he can have a say on it, especially as he’s in the ruling party!!
Appreciate your point, I’m sure they do have a fair workload. But he’s derailed a number of bills purely because of this, not the bill itself. The reverse logic would be if those who turn up think the bill is more than reasonable, allow it through and set up a proper debate on the process as a separate issue.