Chris Grayling – who tomorrow is expected to become chair of Parliament’s intelligence and security committee – is a byword for wasting public money.
I have already written for Byline Times on his activities – and so extensive were his failings it took two long articles to add up the cost of Chris Grayling. You can read them hereandhere. He seems to have cost the nation some £2.7 billion – an extraordinary achievement for one individual – as well as causing misery for the probation and prison service and for millions of commuters.
Yet every human being can sometimes get things right. And last month Chris Grayling did so in a decision which involved risk.
A court judgement – virtually unreported except in the Financial Times – vindicated a very controversial decision he took as transport secretary way back in…
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