sewel


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sewel

(ˈsuːəl)
n
a type of scarecrow made from feathers and used to prevent deer from entering an area
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In 2015 Labour peer Lord Sewel, 71, resigned after footage showed es, ed hn him with two prostitutes, snorting what appeared to be cocaine.
In 2015, Labour peer Lord Sewel, 71, resigned after footage showed him with two prostitutes, snorting what appeared to be cocaine.
2015: Scandal-hit peer Lord Sewel resigned from the House of Lords after footage of him allegedly taking cocaine with two prostitutes.
Under what is known as the Sewel convention, Westminster does not normally legislate on devolved matters without the consent of the administrations in Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.
It is deeply concerning that the UK Government seems to intend that repatriated powers in devolved areas like agriculture should go by default to Westminster, with no clear recognition of the need for the consent of the Scottish Parliament under the Sewel Convention for such changes.
ON THIS DAY LAST YEAR: Scandal-hit peer Lord Sewel has resigned from the House of Lords after coming under intense pressure over footage of him allegedly taking cocaine with two prostitutes.
The Metropolitan Police say there isn't enough evidence to charge Lord Sewel who was caught on film snorting cocaine with prostitutes.
LORD Sewel will not face charges over allegations of drug-related offences after the Metropolitan Police said there was "insufficient evidence to proceed" with its investigation.
If Lord Sewel wants to covert with prostitutes while snorting an illegal substance, then let's put it into its proper prospective.
Publication of the honours list was delayed after the scandal over Lord Sewel, who was pictured apparently wearing a bra and snorting cocaine with two prostitutes.
The authority of the House of Lords is totally undermined if there is no method of removing people who have been found guilty, in a court of law, like Lord Archer, or caught on camera sniffing cocaine like Lord Sewel.
We wouldn't want legislators like Lord Sewel, who gives peer of the realm a whole new meaning by eyeing up prostitutes.