Is it 'cos I is untouchable?

I was just going to let this headline (and, I presume, an accurate quote) speak for itself (and the main protagonist).

It stopped me in my tracks.

Then I read this and this. They seem to go together.

Interesting also that the 'issue' was prompted by one party merely wondering if blowing vast amounts on ancient perceived affronts (especially nice little earners for those on the gravy train) was sensible.

Obviously some think it is, if they can get away with it.

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