Thursday, May 04, 2006

Local Elections

What he says.


Anonymous Clematis Fraud said...

While I am hardly a party political animal, I would have to agree.

Not content with rigging elections - or should we say 'allowing elections to be rigged' - by the introduction of postal voting, this government has also managed to 'reform' the system of local government funding and, by amazing coincidence, its own councils have done quite well out of the settlement, thanks to its system of 'supplementary' funding.

On a related issue, a senior NHS contact of mine had a meeting with Milburn in 2001 and he asked him why many PCTs in the South were receiving proportionately far less than their counterparts in the North. His retort was refreshingly honest: there are no votes in the South.

That, perhaps, gives some insight into the government's view of central funding allocations.

BTW, if I had my way, I would declare the elections in Birmingham null and void. The postal vote 'activists' have been busy again, it seems.

This is the same Birmingham in which a pro-war Muslim (Khaled Mahmood) MP INCREASED his share of the vote in the general election in 2005.

9:31 am  
Blogger DFH said...

Labour must be the biggest beneficiary of electoral fraud otherwise the governement would've introduced the simple measures needed to stop it.

11:25 am  
Blogger DFH said...

that should be "government"

11:26 am  

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