“You would think they would bloody well have made sure their judgment was based on something more than thick lips,” he said. “The ministers should be insisting on a proper investigation. Ministers have been getting a free ride. They are more and more sliding away from direct responsibilities when things go wrong. If ministers aren’t responsible, then nobody is responsible.”
When Mohamud’s lawyer pleaded her case to federal court, the Tories refused to comment because the case of mistaken identity was now a legal matter. One of the few remarks came from Cannon, who said she would have to try harder to prove that she was the person pictured in the passport.