The already threadbare reputation of Conservative Party chairman Grant Shapps was further damaged today — with claims made to defend against initial questions over his honesty being exposed as utter bunkum. Grant Shapps’ lawyers’ letter to this website, 29 October 2014: “Our client has written business books under his pen name (Mr Green); but was studious in publishing his full name and biography […]
The Conservative Party are today refusing to comment on the legal status of Grant Shapps’ internet market operations — which may have seen the embattled party chairman trading as a US “corporation” without being anything of the kind. It is already known that the address listed for Shapps’ get-rich-quick schemes from 2002-2005 was a residential property in suburban Pennsylvania, USA. State authorities […]
A Labour MP’s letter to police sets out details of a user manual for controversial computer software that may have been authored by Conservative Party chairman Grant Shapps — claiming it indicates “intent” to breach criminal statutes covering copyright infringement. Providing material supplementary to his original complaint from five months ago, Selly Oak MP Steve McCabe claims “offences under […]
With senior Conservatives warning of “a crisis” if Maria Hutchings fails to win the Eastleigh by-election, it isn’t shaping up to be a good week for Grant Shapps, who as Tory chair is ultimately responsible for the party’s campaign in the marginal constituency. And it just got worse. A Labour MP responsible for an official complaint […]
Grant Shapps has denied that many of the endorsements of his highly dubious get-rich-quick schemes were fake: Grant Shapps tells BBC Scotland that Corinne Stockheath, one of the testimonials on his HowToCorp website, does exist. — Michael Crick (@MichaelLCrick) October 10, 2012 Grant Shapps was asked by BBC GoodMorning Scotland whether Corinne Stockheath is “a […]
On advertisement testimonials for his dodgy “get rich quick” schemes — which he promoted under the fake name Michael Green — Grant Shapps told Channel 4 News today: “Everyone is genuine.” Genuinely made up?