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Bonkers Blog June 2017

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6 June (Part 2) - It’s not really favourtism

There has been a dearth of electoral literature this year. In 2015 I managed to get hold of 27 leaflets all of which are still hidden away in the bowels of BiB.

This year, including Edward Bexrat’s pathetic effort, the total reached ten with none at all from Bexleyheath and Crayford.

What I call BiB’s advertising space (not in Mobile viewing mode) has been used to highlight a few of the candidates. There is a total of eight such spaces and the two displayed vary according to the route into the blog pages.

At present Danny Hackett, Labour, Old Bexley and Sidcup, gets four of the spaces, Stefano Borella, Labour, Bexleyheath and Crayford has two and James Brokenshire (Conservative, OB&S) and Ronie Johnson (UKIP, E&T) get one each.

I may change that around tomorrow.
Borella Brokenshire Hackett UKIP
Note: These images are not displayed in the correct aspect ratio. If Stef and Danny look fatter or thinner than they are it’s my fault.


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