The Appeal letter to the IPCC which must inevitably follow the catalogue of
errors and unexplained failures by Bexley police on their Craske investigation is very nearly complete, it may
take a couple of days to find and add the required Appendices and make sure it all makes sense, but basically it is done.
So will BiB resume normal service tomorrow and report on the two recent Scrutiny meetings? Probably not.
The 97 year old aunt in East Ham has taken a turn for the worse and caused emergency situations on each of the past three days. Among other things she has decided that “now she I am nearly 69 I think it is time I gave up work. Will I have to send them a letter?”.
Worse is that she has suddenly started to do things which I consider to be dangerous.
So a Scrutiny meeting report tomorrow? I doubt it. I have a date in East Ham.
In local news, I was lucky enough to be in the right place when the Abbey Wood station footbridge was trundled out of town this morning. The plastic barriers have been removed from Wilton Road but Bexley Council has not yet removed their parking restriction notices which no longer serve any purpose - except perhaps to unnecessarily fleece motorists.
38 bridge removal pictures.