Don’t know whether it’s her initiative or others, but, I remain highly sceptical of her motives. Appearing in a non-threatening interview environment, where expressions of atonement can be offered without harsh questioning. It’s a chance to reprise her impressive back-story as a way of excusing her breaking the law.
My view remains, if we can’t expect our highest law officers to maintain the dignity and integrity of our highest offices, then there’s little chance of expecting less senior office holders to do the same. I agree with Chris Grayling’s opinion, quoted in the Daily Mail,”To dismiss this as an administrative error is utterly unacceptable.”