local press seems to be doing a pretty good job of Shopping Bexleys dishonest
council. Todays Shopper does a nice job on last Wednesdays council meeting,
the one where the CRIMs inside the building
tried unsuccessfully to make criminals of those outside and ride rough-shod through government guidance.
The Shopper included all the essentials, the cries of Rubbish, the reference to
fag packets by the imbecile councillor Taylor but not the cry of
Tosser unjustifiably directed at councillor Malik. The front page
didnt refer to mayor Twankeys inability to follow her handbook,
Citrines ABC of Chairmanship, but on Page 7 her fiddling of question time was noted. All good
stuff for heaping further opprobrium on our numbskull mayor.
On the letters page we have Teresa Pearce MP giving the lie to councillor Philip Reads false assertions about her. Teresa may find it difficult to get through Reads thick skull, hes Northumberland Heaths village idiot and does stupid things for a hobby; like registering an internet domain indicating the council of which he is a member is Bonkers. Which it is, as Mrs. Willoughby of Sidcup has found to her cost. (Shopper Page 2.)
Ive always thought that unsecured refuse bins make any enforcement of the rules and regulations difficult. When I put my bin out on a Thursday evening with almost nothing in it I very often find it full before 7 a.m. next morning. Its a potential problem for me but what can I do about it? Similarly only half the people living near me are gardeners so those that are use neighbours bins that would otherwise be empty. Some of the rubbish even comes from out of the borough; who can check on that or stop it while the bin lids are so easily lifted?
So Mrs. Willoughbys rubbish was found in Sidcup Place and she lives in Victoria Road. Anyone could have taken it there, its quite a distance for a bag to migrate, even if helped by an undernourished fox. Barmy Bexley officials who rummaged through Mrs. Ws black bag jumped to the conclusion that she had tossed it into the street half a mile from her home and dished out a fine of £130. By what right do they accuse her? Until the bins have lockable lids nobody can be sure who did it. My money is on Northumberland Heaths village idiot. Bonkers Philip Read.
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