No Ghost,No George,No Man in Black,No Orbs,No Missiles Thrown well what do expect on a windy,damp night !!George was probably sat in the snug in the Stalybridge Pub chucking beer glasses around for fun.
There are some weirdos about.
Yes, but we do have feelings you know!
Tameside Council promoting and maintaining high standards of conduct by CouncillorsThe chair of the Standards Committee is Ms Valerie Bracken. The other members of the committee are:Mrs Jacqueline Barnes Mr David BerryTown Councillor Valerie Carter, Mossley Town Council Representative (nominated substitute Town Councillor Anthony Milne)Councillors Joe Kitchen, Jackie Lane, Susan Quinn and Michael SmithCouncillor John Bell (nominated substitute Councillor Doreen Dickinson)7A. Information which is subject to anyObligation of confidentiality.Applies to Standards Committee only.7B.Information which relates in any way to matters concerning national security Applies to Standards Committee only.7C. The deliberations of a Standards Committee or of a sub-committee of a Standards Committee, established under the provisions of Part 3 of the Local Government Act 2000, in reaching any finding on a matter referred under the provisions of Section 60(2) or (3), 64(2), 70(4) or (5) or 72(2) of that Act.Applies to Standards Committee only...........................Conclusion decided.So the suggested non impartial group with Labour dominated members sew your complaints up,and do not have to release their findings. Tails you lose,Heads you lose.(Joseph Stalin methods live on in 2013)
We know it's a Mafia but fools vote for them every time, with a bit of corruption thrown in there for good measure.
Meet the new bossSame as the old boss
Another week for a local MPAnother example of him being a hypocrite and his obvious contempt for Tamesider`s,as he is found to have put an expenses claim in for his own fuel bill which comes out of YOUR POCKET in the latest expenses scandal exposed. Then within days has the audacity to question the Department of Health as to its fuel costs.Andrew Gwynne: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how much hisDepartment and each of its non-departmental bodies spent on their energy costs.MPs claim thousands for energy bills on second homesAndrew Gwynne (Lab) – Denton and Reddish - £305.23You get yourself a local Pirate when you vote Labour.
Jonathan Reynolds: May we have a statement on the plans for atrans-Pennine transport feasibility study, which the Chief Secretary tothe Treasury announced in June? That will directly affect theLongdendale area of my constituency, which is heavily congested. I firstwrote to the Department for Transport at the end of June to follow up onthat welcome announcement and have contacted the Department threetimes...This bleating MP believeshis constituents should have NO TRAFFIC CONGESTION AT ALL.whereas the rest of the folk along the M67 route to the M60 have miles of queuing traffic every morning and night.Did Gwynne stand up and state his constituents suffer more from traffic congestion than any seen where Reynolds represents No he wouldn't because he has an inbuilt contempt for the 47,000 folk who have vast volumes of traffic to put up with daily.J.Hall
Did anyone watch the Question Time debate on BBC1 last night? The Ukip boss was on the panel and was attacked by a disgusting pro open borders Tory MP. It was an unbelievable charade dressed up as a serious debate. She was rolling out all the usual guff about diversity being our strength etc. A complete joke!
Longdendalers are exepmpt from such things as traffic congestion, didn't you know. And if a massive chunk of our most important rural heritage, beauty and serenity has to be decimated then that's just tough s**t.
Anna Soubry and her leftie -Tory ilk, UKIP's best weapon.
Since (presumably) the Longdendale by-pass would be built in Longdendale, then it's rural Longdendale that will suffer and presumably therefore it's not really anybody's business other than 'Longdendalers'. Unless that is Dentonians have been granted even more special status which not only empowers them to dictate to all & sundry for miles around on their roads in their towns, but also exactly how they are to manage their local rural landscape.Next thing you know there'll be a Denton petition about Manchester's second runway diverting a few too many Canada Geese over their way dumping toxic levels of poo over local kindergartens and MacMillan cancer care homes.
It's everyone's business who cares about and uses our borough's few remaining genuinely wild, sizeable areas of rural space. No-one, however arrogant, OWNS Longdendale.
"No-one, however arrogant, OWNS Longdendale."Try telling that to the people of Denton *cough*
'It's not really anyone's business other than Longdendalers.' Now THAT'S arrogant.
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