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News and Comment Index 2021

Index: 20202021


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April 2021

20 April - Oh, the irony!

19 April - Curtains for Kurten?

18 April - Thanks Phil, nice tip off

17 April - The Mayor from Bexley

15 April (Part 4) - Labour doesn’t do irony

15 April (Part 3) - Moving away Bexley to reduce your Council Tax may be a troublesome option

15 April (Part 2) - Bexley Council’s website leads everyone in ignorance

15 April (Part 1) - The Battle of the Brochures

14 April - The bin tax

13 April (Part 2) - London Council Tax rates

13 April (Part 1) - Everything is on hold

12 April (Part 2) - Easy money

12 April (Part 1) - The Covid only health service

11 April - Crime pays pretty well

10 April (Part 2) - Not a public meeting

10 April (Part 1) - Half-hearted Conservative campaign

9 April - Dishonest or Vindictive. The choice is yours

6 April - When the simpler option is the better option

5 April - Parking. £3·50 an hour; two hours minimum

4 April - It’s Easter and I may break more than a chocolate egg

3 April (Part 4) - Getting the needle

3 April (Part 3) - Untold police corruption

3 April (Part 2) - Classless

3 April (Part 1) - What’s the point?

2 April - Enjoy it while you can

1 April (Part 2) - BexleyCo’s West Street Park development steamrollers on

1 April (Part 1) - Prime Ministers I have known

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March 2021

31 March (Part 2) - SM. It really may be Sado Masochism after all

31 March (Part 1) - Dead tree comes to life

30 March - Jobs for the boys and girls

29 March (Part 2) - The forgotten North

29 March (Part 1) - How small pimples become messy carbuncles

28 March - Lockdown logic and map reading logic

27 March - Making plans

26 March - Appointments Day

25 March (Part 2) - Scrabbling around looking for good news. Mainly failed again

25 March (Part 1) - Absolutely tragic

24 March (Part 2) - Useless bunch

24 March (Part 1) - BexleyCo

23 March (Part 3) - Don’t fall for it

23 March (Part 2) - Your life in their hands

23 March (Part 1) - The Tory take on TfL

22 March - That was not a protest

21 March (Part 2) - Covid in Bexley

21 March (Part 1) - Police threaten, police retreat

20 March (Part 2) - Beware of scams

20 March (Part 1) - One more push!

19 March (Part 4) - Where is Bexley’s three million?

19 March (Part 3) - Video stars

19 March (Part 2) - Jabs reserved for you

19 March (Part 1) - An inconvenient truth

18 March (Part 2) - Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust. Little but a killing machine

18 March (Part 1) - Roads and trains and the 469 bus

17 March - One short meeting. Rubbish and road safety

16 March (Part 4) - How to spend two million without really trying

16 March (Part 3) - Throwing police officers under a bus

16 March (Part 2) - Rebellious or senseless?

16 March (Part 1) - Two libraries to open, one closed!

15 March (Part 2) - The excuses don’t wash

15 March (Part 1) - Stretching the rules

14 March - Women protesting violence by men subjected to violence by men. Dick must go

12 March - Is someone preparing for rebellion?

11 March (Part 1) - On this day again…

10 March (Part 2) - Shortest ever Scrutiny meeting report

10 March (Part 1) - On this day…

9 March (Part 4) - Bexley Council. Couldn’t run a whelk stall

9 March (Part 3) - Confusing or what?

9 March (Part 2) - Power corrupts. It already has

9 March (Part 1) - Going downhill

8 March - Success!

7 March - Recycling old rubbish

6 March (Part 2) - Close together but so very far apart

6 March (Part 1) - Junk mail

5 March (Part 3) - It’s a cock-up

5 March (Part 2) - Budget. The final words

5 March (Part 1) - Whatever were they thinking of? Themselves?

4 March (Part 5) - A slightly alternative budget

4 March (Part 4) - Not such bad guys after all

4 March (Part 3) - Back pedalling

4 March (Part 2) - A new Leaf

4 March (Part 1) - Leading off

3 March (Part 2) - Greedy burghers

3 March (Part 1) - Muck raking

2 March - Plucking figures from the air

1 October (Part 2) - Another rubbish story

1 March - Royal Greenwich comes a c(r)opper

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February 2021

28 February - What a Laffer

25 February - It could be worse

24 February (Part 2) - Second and final Cabinet report

24 February (Part 1) - Readers of a feather

23 February (Part 4) - Cabinet report

23 February (Part 3) - Kim Jong-Son

23 February (Part 2) - Cabinet failure

23 February (Part 1) - The Face of Bexley

22 February (Part 3) - Councils will never listen or change

22 February (Part 2) - Boris bollox

22 February (Part 1) - Bexley. London’s failure magnet

21 February - Heads will roll?

20 February - Top talent

19 February (Part 2) - It’s just bad luck

19 February - Excitement over (Part 1)

18 February (Part 2) - Wanted. Good home

18 February (Part 1) - Was the Leader right to blame only Covid and Government funding for Bexley’s financial woes?

17 February - They never stop spinning, this time to oblivion

16 February (Part 2) - Bigger lies

16 February (Part 1) - Little lies

15 February (Part 3) - Time travelling

15 February (Part 2) - Bexleyְ’s Bonkers Bunker becomes permanent

15 February (Part 1) - Bexley isn’t broke but…

14 February (Part 3) - Bexley’s LEDs are dim but not as dim as the driver of WF67 HDN

14 February (Part 2) - Bexley Tories. Still lying after all these years

14 February (Part 1) - The Carnegie Library appeal gathers momentum

13 February (Part 3) - The accountable and the unaccountable

13 February (Part 2) - It’s pretty much official. Bexley Council suffers “very poor management”

13 February (Part 1) - A worthy cause

12 February (Part 2) - Unbelievable spin

12 February (Part 1) - True colours

11 February (Part 3) - Bexley Conservatives’s 40% moment

11 February (Part 2) - Budget Scrutiny concluded

11 February (Part 1) - Oliver Twist comes to Bexley

10 February (Part 2) - Wandering free at Hall Place

10 February (Part 1) - No parking

9 February - Just when I thought…

8 February - Going forward; but to little effect

7 February - That֦’s the way the money goes

6 February - Erith grinds to a halt

5 February - Jabber, jabber jab

4 February (Part 2) - Back in the USSR

4 February (Part 1) - History has repeated itself

3 February - Is history about to repeat itself?

2 February (Part 3) - The vindictive and the insane

2 February (Part 2) - Honesty has not been welcomed in Bexley

2 February (Part 1) - A sheltered life

1 February (Part 2) - Oh no. Not again!

1 February (Part 1) - A guessing game but quite likely a good one

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January 2021

31 January - Much ado about something or nothing

30 January (Part 2) - All Covid; from trivia to a little less so. Jabs and jobs

30 January (Part 1) - Race inequalities in Bexley

29 January (Part 2) - Domestic abuse is on the rise again

29 January (Part 1) - Bulb, spouse bashing, racism and jabs

28 January (Part 2) - The wait is over

28 January (Part 1) - Bexley Council hears how the NHS’s Covid priority impacts mental health

27 January (Part 3) - Please drop the fags

27 January (Part 2) - Empty car parks means no revenue

27 January (Part 1) - Far too nosy

26 January (Part 4) - She asked for it

26 January (Part 3) - Cons and scams

26 January (Part 2) - Listening to you, working for you

26 January (Part 1) - Credit where it is due

25 January - Death by a thousand bad Hancock decisions

24 January - Bouncing and bombs

23 January (Part 3) - The best of Guys

23 January (Part 2) - You are not compelled to read this. It may be best if you don’t

23 January (Part 1) - Audit loses audio

22 January (Part 3) - Bulb Energy. Heads still in the sand

22 January (Part 2) - A bit of a shambles

22 January (Part 1) - Incompetent, uncaring and tyrannical at every level

21 January (Part 4) - Twice as big means twice the money

21 January (Part 3) - 469 bus relief

21 January (Part 2) - True or false?

21 January (Part 1) - Bulb energy. What a shambles!

20 January (Part 2) - Covid vaccinations. Making progress

20 January (Part 1) - Bulb Energy. An apology to readers

19 January - Bexley Labour has a loose cannon

17 January - Less traffic, fewer accidents, slower buses, no money but new trains

15 January - Double dose

14 January (Part 2) - Population explosion in Thamesmead?

14 January (Part 1) - Diversions, cutting routes short and longer wait times are popular according to TfL

13 January - Lockdowns kill too

12 January - Brexit benefits

11 January - Crying wolf

10 January - Give her enough rope and…

8 January - Calling 01137

6 January - You are supposed to be scared

5 January - Question everything. Very little adds up

3 January (Part 2) - How many of your neighbours are dead? Check here

3 January (Part 1) - Daft drafts

2 January (Part 2) - Where has 50 years gone?

2 January (Part 1) - Who are the biggest Covidiots?

1 January (Part 2) - Cookies are back

1 January (Part 1) - A one sentence challenge

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