Then again, I may be imagining it. Such is life as a delusional fantasist clinging hopelessly to outdated paradigms!
A quote from Tom Murphy, Cllr Merry,s election agent.Sourced from Cllr Cookes Blog. Well Tom the truths finally out.I bet you feel better for it.
I was concerned to see alleged proposals to weaken tenant’s security of tenure and put pressure on those not on low wages to move out. This risks turning council housing into the short of “welfare” housing we’ve always as a party rejected and also goes against that valuable New Labour tenet – don’t cut peoples aspirations. It also goes straight against our proposed aim of building mixed communities.
The answer to our council housing shortage isn’t to re-shuffle a patch which is too small, it’s to build more council houses to meet the proven housing needs.
Credit To Mr Wheeler again
In general I think ID cards are a waste of resources which could be better used in tackling crime in different ways i.e. employ more police, more money for community schemes etc. I worry particularly about any requirements to show ID cards and costs of replacement. Most people lose things like this occasionally and then you run the risk of alienating citizens from the state. The main drive for the scheme seems to be the security industry, not any real demand from the public.
Who Said This?
Peter Wheeler a member of Labours N.E.C.
LEADERS OF THE LIBERAL PARTY (IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS)
10th December 1834 Lord John Russell
b. 18th August 1792, d. 28th May 1878
6th February 1855 Viscount Palmerston (Henry John Temple)
b. 20th October 1784, d. 18th October 1865
29th October 1865 William Ewart Gladstone
b. 29th December 1809, d. 19th May 1898
5th February 1875 Marquess of Hartington (Spencer Compton Cavendish)
b. 23rd July 1833, d. 24th March 1908
23rd April 1880 William Ewart Gladstone
5th March 1894 Sir William George Granville Venables Vernon Harcourt
b. 14th October 1827, d. 1st October 1904
6th February 1899 Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman
b. 7th September 1836, d. 22nd April 1908
30th April 1908 Herbert Henry Asquith (Earl of Oxford and Asquith)
b. 12th September 1852, d. 15th February 1928
14th October 1926 David Lloyd George
b. 17th January 1863, d. 26th March 1945
4th November 1931 Sir Herbert Louis Samuel
b. 6th November 1870, d. 5th February 1963
26th November 1935 Sir Archibald Henry Macdonald Sinclair, Bt.
b. 22nd October 1890, d. 15th June 1970
2nd August 1945 Edward Clement Davies
b. 19th February 1884, d. 23th March 1962
5th November 1956 Joseph Grimond
b. 29th July 1913, d. 24th October 1993
18th January 1967 John Jeremy Thorpe
b. 29th April 1929
12th May 1976 Joseph Grimond (Acting Leader)
7th July 1976 David Martin Scott Steel
b. 31st March 1938
28th July 1988 Jeremy John Durham Ashdown
b. 27th February 1941
9th August 1999 Charles Peter Kennedy
b. 25th November 1959
2nd March 2006 Walter Menzies Campbell
b. 22nd May 1941
Missed the new Guy out i have forgot his name. Give us your view, i think we better start from Joe Grimmond.
We are coming, any chance of directions? No Joking apart, i await to see how our Leadership deal with this one. Hope you have not been fibbing New Labour when you said you have been getting good vibes, and negative feedback over Cllr Owen, i don’t think that’s true you naughty devils.
Found this Prize on the BNP web site,imagine this on your mantle piece?
Remember not so long ago it was a stigma to live in a council House? we had one for over twenty years can’t say it did me any harm. Sad thing is now in Salford we have 18,000 on waiting lists and not enough housing to go round. We need to look into housing not flats. Salford is riddled with flats no body wants. Our planners seem to lack any idea of what people need.And this government don’t build. why?
God if this happens in Salford it could mean whole scale starvation for many families.Only joking the part i live in is full of them every morning we get up the roads are full of Pizza cartons, Chip wrappers, Burger boxes it’s a nightmare. Cant say i am against fast food in moderation but the bloody mess it leaves behind.
Signed Mr Fat Liberal.
Labour per first hour £31-50
Addotional Hours £25.00
To Register £10-00
Pick something up say from B,Q before job starts £15.00.
Just been passed this from a resident in the ward. It comes from a service set up to help the elderly. At these prices i think i will buy a van a start up myself.
Take out the shameless waste of British and American service personal in a war in which i feel we have no part. The loss of civilian life ,men ,women and children. I took an approach to bean counting. It was a statement i read about the 50calibre machine gun and the rounds it uses,it seems we had problems of jamming ,why because we were using ammunition purchased from of all places Pakistan. Why because it was only 50p per round. Being simplistic think how many 50P we fire every day. Sit and think what is the real cost, what if that money was put into schools,hospitals,pensions people could live on.Well call me if you will but my family have served with the British Army one of the best forces in the world. But i take the view we are a small professional force,stretched to breaking point. Use it wisely new labour it can only go so far.