Exclusive: Propoganda Posted By The Leader Of Sheffield’s Labour Council

Marv Hollingworth

Kipper Central Deputy Editor

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6 Responses

  1. Margaret Dennis says:

    Great article, this truth will hurt!
    Tree felling is happening in Devon, devastating to our wellbeing. Researching with help from my UKIP contacts bring up 5G networks. Apparently their signals are badly affected by the braches full of leaves. Personally I can live without fast broadband and have a garden with a trees front and back. Must go and plant another soon out the front.
    Exceptions have been made to felling law with Conservation areas at risk of serious harm to the beautiful view as our vicar is about to take a cypress out. The wildlife including bats are given no consideration, yet are a protected species. About 1200 passes by bats in my survey last October with some rarer ones.
    Good luck to UKIP candidates in Sheffield, get this truth out to the people.

  2. StuartJ says:

    There’s similar rubbish being spouted in the local Labour leaflets here in Birmingham, but with regards to police station closures.

    They actually go as far as blaming the Tory/LibDem coalition government for the cuts, which is presumably so they can also have a pop at the LibDems. That, or no-one has bothered to update their leaflet template since 2015.

    The LibDem and Conservative leaflets kindly point out that the Labour Police & Crime Commissioner is closing local police stations due to cuts in funding, while he spends obscene amounts of money to tart up his city centre HQ and offices. Is this a good use of limited resources?

    With an absence of any UKIP candidate to vote for, I am going to have to follow my own advice of “Think Local, Vote Local”. The present Labour controlled city council in Birmingham is doing an awful job, yet people are going to blindly vote them back in again next month, and in greater numbers. The present LibDem councillor has the best chance of retaining his seat in my local ward of South Yardley, so I may have to vote tactically for him. I just wish more people would forget about ‘national politics’ when it comes to local elections, and ‘vote local’, that’s how we end up with terrible local government. If you want things to change, you have to vote for it.

  3. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    If you stamped L A B O U R across a pigs backside, and signed it up as standing to be elected as a Councillor, in some towns and city wards, you would find the swine elected ! (Meant to be funny, but its sad really !).

  4. Jake Bennett says:

    Yes, Labour/Liberals brought about multi-culturalism and supported mass unskilled migration and repealed the primary purpose rule which allowed even more Asian/African unskilled immigration. But let us not forget that there is not a piece of paper to put between the Conservatives and Labour on immigration.

    • Stanley Cutts says:

      A fair point Jake. But if voters are stupid enough to vote Labour, then they deserve all they get: Tax ‘n’ spend; Tax ‘n’ Spend; Tax ‘n’ Spend. This is the only thing they know!

  5. Jules says:

    Can you get the Grant per Head for Sheffield ?

    Typically wasteful Labour Councils bemona “cuts” – when a neighbouring Conservative Council
    a) gets a smaller Grant
    b) manages to charge a lower Council Tax

    I recognise all of those wasteful spends.

    Traffic Engineers would rather spend £250,000 on a vanity project with lots of building works – rather than some simple – and cheap – re-lining and new signage.
    Meanwhile other residents are told that their request for a modest improvement costing under (say) £10,000 (sometimes much less) is unaffordable due to “lack of budget”

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