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Bonkers Blog August 2017

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11 August (Part 1) - The man can’t help it

Cabinet Member Philip Read (Conservative, Northumberland Heath) is still churning them out, I suppose he feels he must do something in return for the £22,615 we pay him each year.
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The first of yesterday’s mad musings suggests that Labour Councillors - and I assume it’s me who is the sad old blogger - will not appreciate what Peabody Housing Association is doing for the north of the borough. What a loon Poisonous Phil has become!

I know that Labour Councillors have been meeting Peabody regularly to ensure that their plans benefit everyone. Even I have met with Peabody’s Director of Regeneration for Thamesmead at least five times to hear his plans and exert some minor influence.

I doubt Crackpot Phil can beat that record.

No sooner had Councillor Read assuaged his obsession with the sad old blogger than he was at it again. This time he was hoping that Labour Councillors and I would welcome the developments in Walnut Tree Road. Well apart from noting that Bexley Council refused to take up a similar Labour suggestion six years ago Plonker Read will be pleased to know that the plan has been dutifully welcomed.

What will Poor Phil have in store for us today? The Inbox suggests that his rantings are doing wonders for the Conservative vote in Northumberland Heath.


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