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I would like to thank everyone for their kind messages of support. I share a selection below. East riding needs more like you mate, not scared to rattle a few cages….they’re trying to railroad you! Good Andy Strangeway Very pleased … Continue reading
Over the past couple of weeks I have been busy on my brushes while at the same time attending various meetings and dealing with the most urgent Councillor matters. For the next two weeks I will be fully focused on … Continue reading
I would like to thank everyone for making September the busiest month on my site. Over recent months there has been a constant increase in people visiting this site. Over 600 people visited this site daily last month. As a … Continue reading
I started this site on 10 March 2016 as a portal for my political expression. Today less than 17 months later I have reached 1,000 posts. An average of 2 posts per day. My political life is currently mainly as … Continue reading
When I stood for the April 2016 by-election as an Independent I was amused to hear the Tories putting about that I would not be able to achieve anything as an Independent.I quickly proved them wrong by instigating what they … Continue reading
Today I have completed 150 public projects. There are many others which are known only to those involved. My role is merely to instigate. I would like to thank everyone who has requested my assistance. I have over a year … Continue reading
Tory Greg Knight believes you can permanently fix potholes (latest news). The only way you can permanently fix potholes Greg is to fully resurface the road! Looks like it is back to school for Knight.
Consistently voted for the Iraq war 5 votes for, 0 votes against, 1 absence, between 2002–2003. Given the disaster that was the Iraq war does Greg have the judgement to represent us?
Consistently voted against increasing the tax rate applied to income over £150,000. 0 votes for, 12 votes against, between 2012–2015Does our Greg truly represent those on minimum wage when he votes?