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Bonkers Blog May 2017

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Old Farm

2 May (Part 2) - Working hard for you and me

While Erith & Thamesmead’s Conservatives keep us in suspense over which Central Office favourite will be parachuted into Bexley’s Northern Territory (and Plumstead) the Labour candidate, Teresa Pearce can grab a head start.

Here’s the letter that came through the mail today. There is no room for complacency in E&T. If 2015’s UKIP voters flock back to the reluctant Brexiteer, Teresa May, the E&T result could be a close run thing.

If E&T’s Teresa was replaced by someone with close Bexley Council associations what hope will there be for clearing up the corruption and malpractice in our midst? Malpractice that the police now accept has been only too real.


Click or scroll to see all of Teresa Pearce’s message to her constituents.

For balance I must offer the Conservatives the chance of some free publicity too. Anna Firth may care to note that an hour ago there were six black sacks, one split open, at the junction of Sedgemere Road and Sydney Road in Abbey Wood which would offer her a first rate photo opportunity.


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