We really should have a specific thread for "all" things DUPlicitous.... Its getting too long a list at this stage and we should have a better way to keep track of it all !!
here's just a few of the DUPs, shall we say, misdemeanors they've been caught out in "so far"
Peter the Punt £5 land deals
Accusing others of sexual deviancy but being involved in sexual scandals all over the place
Unelected DUP Spads running the show
Attempting to fool the RHI inquiry into protecting Snarlene & blaming the poor Patsy Johnny Bell
Peter the punts son Gareth getting "special treatment"
Harming the NI economy just because of bigoted reasons
Dark Money re Brexit
Snarlene "illegally" stopping legacy inquests
Ian Og being paid via holidays to advocate for a foreign government in an attempt to lessen or stop UN sanctions being imposed for said government murdering thousands of its own people..... I guess they just dont like legacy issues .. wonder why?
and dont forget reneging on several agreed positions including the Maze, Legacy and an ILA .. an ILA which they "signed up to" but later said they didnt sign up to that bit ... Hmmm, how does one do that in a legal document ? .. the mind boggles....
EDIT - Luke (over there) Poots & Family in "shall we say" planning irregularities (a late entry supplied by kbcav !!)
EDIT - DUP/UDA coalition re voting etc... i.e. the UDA were out canvassing for and with the DUP for votes .. what they were promised in return is yet to be established but we know that a lot of money has went the way of the UDA, e.g. Charter NI etc.... It should be remembered that the UDA are a STILL ACTIVE loyalist paramilitary organisation... ...... courtesy of Rednecks Kindly reminder.
btw, im sure ive missed lots out but it will surely do for starters...
inquiries & investigations are still ongoing in many of these ... still plenty to come yet
btw, here's Ian Og resigning in 2008 over another issue and sure didnt the ole crocodile tears appear then too .... unreal
Sleaze row forces son of Ian Paisley to quit as junior minister
Ian Paisley has faced his first major crisis as Ulster's leader when his son resigned from his government amid growing controversy over cash and cronyism allegations that have damaged both men's reputations.