Moral Compass

This is prompted by the one rule for the plebs and a totally different rule for US {we are not at all entitled, honest} behaviours enacted by the Tory cabinet. FFS if the esteemed health secretary had not noticed the CCTV camera before, he is as sharp as a pound of butter on a hot summer’s day.

OK let’s grope my aide in a Whitehall corridor…. what a great idea.

What a genius!

Thank God the UK health system is in such a safe pair of hands just like her ass.

Wiktionary

moral compass

Noun

moral compass (plural moral compasses)

(ethics) An inner sense which distinguishes what is right from what is wrong, functioning as a guide (like the needle of a compass) for morally appropriate behavior.

Synonyms: conscience, moral sense

(ethics) A person, belief system, etc. serving as a guide for morally appropriate behavior.

(archaic, ethics) The full range of virtues, vices, or actions which may affect others and which are available as choices (like the directions on the face of a compass) to a person, to a group, or to people in general

Cambridge Dictionary

moral compass

a natural feeling that makes people know what is right and wrong and how they should behave:

Some people believe that the increase in crime shows that society is losing its moral compass.

Dictionary.com

moral compass

an internalized set of values and objectives that guide a person with regard to ethical behavior and decision-making:

 a rebellious teenager without a moral compass.

Urban dictionary

Moral compass

Term referring to the inner feeling someone gets when deciding whether or not something is right or wrong.

Our moral compass is far different.

The mind-set that a person is in when making a questionably moral decision.

Them: She cheated on me! Should I cheat on her?

Me: I don’t know. What does your moral compass tell you?