Doubt is cast on Bexley Council’s allegations against Councillor Maxine Fothergill.
No time for anything significant today,
the ancient aunt’s immersion heater
was replaced but the electrics were judged inadequate. Another day when I shall
curse Teresa O’Neill for getting her mate Boris to cancel the Thames Bridge. If
the fool had gone for borough growth when first elected the General Purposes
Committee might not be voting for selling parks next Wednesday. Anyone who holds
out any prospect of a reprieve for Old Farm and the three smaller parks is hopelessly deluded about Bexley Council. Committee
members will be whipped and any defaulters will be hauled before the OBE’s
(Owns Burrfarm Exclusively) Kangaroo Court.
There have been an awful lot of interesting developments in the quest for truth regarding the Maxine Fothergill cover up, but there is still nothing to suggest that the old lady’s house sale was anything more than a possible case of Money over Morality but not criminal.
Elsewhere investigations have been more productive but little can be said at present. It may be coincidence but following Mick Barnbrook’s letter to the Chief Constable of Kent, the officer who had twiddled his thumbs for the past year or more has suddenly flown into action.
The police investigation which Councillor Maxine Fothergill initiated against one of her own employees is on the point of collapse because there is no evidence against her. Even more welcome news is that the boot has been transferred to the other foot. Better not say more, don’t want to prejudice anything, but that would make two out of 45 Bexley Tories currently under police investigation.