In a letter to the prime minister, Mr Hesford said: "My decision comes about because as an aide to the Law Officers, whilst I have great personal regard for the Attorney General, I cannot support the decision which allows her to remain in office.
I just think it wrong that someone who has the honour to serve in that office should remain considering the circumstances
"In my view the facts of the case do not matter. It is the principle which counts, particularly at a time when the public's trust of Whitehall is uncertain to say the least. We have to be seen to be accountable."
Well Done, Stephen, even though you are on the wrong side of the tracks, nobody else wants to drive a nail into the coffin of this discredited Government.
Thought it was too good to be true, just read the full text of your letter, especially the last paragraph.
You are prat,trying to save your own career before the crap closes over you.