A Local farmer applied for planning to build a caravan site on his land to house immigrant workers to work his farm, the Council rightly so said NO as they want to promote work for local people. Yet the Farmer is still preparing his land for the Caravans.Couple of Questions
To the Council:
How far will you go to stop this farmers building his Caravan site? I believe he will win most probably using the Human Rights Act or some other nonsense
To The Farmer
Have you tried advertising for local labour? If you have I have not seen the advert
Time for the farmer to put the Community he lives in First before GREED
I like the auditions of Has Britain Got Talent but that is that will not watch the Semi Finals, have seen all the acts. It seems a shame that there are not many unusual acts like the guy on the bike and the Royal Marines drum act, they are different but No the British Public guided by the panel will vote for that poofy looking 12 year BOY or is it a Girl he looks sweet and if he cry enough he will get even more votes, that is why I find the X Factor such a crass programme. Can the kid sing for a 12 year old yes but that is all if he were 20 he would not have gone by the first round but put your money on him to win.
Why does it have to be on every night of the week? Lets be honest this with X Factor the Jungle crap is cheap Tele that's why you have so much of it I shall stick to ITV3
I LIKE THE SOUND OF THIS MAN
A maverick mayor elected after promising to slash council spending, clear the streets of yobs and ditch politically correct services is the torch-bearer for how towns should be run.
On his first morning as Mayor of Doncaster in South Yorkshire, Peter Davies cut his salary from £73,000 to £30,000 then closed the council’s newspaper for "peddling politics on the rates".
Now three weeks into his job, Mr Davies is pressing ahead with plans he hopes will see the number of town councillors cut from 63 to just 21, saving taxpayers £800,000.
Mr Davies said: "If 100 senators can run the United States of America, I can’t see how 63 councillors are needed to run Doncaster".
He has withdrawn Doncaster from the Local Government Association and the Local Government Information Unit, saving another £200,000. Mr Davies said, "They are just talking shops".
"Doncaster is in for some serious un-twinning. We are twinned with probably nine other cities around the world and they are just for people to fly off and have a binge at the council’s expense".
The mayor’s chauffeur-driven car has also been axed by Mr Davies and the driver given another job. Mr Davies, born and bred in Doncaster, swept to power in the May election with 24,244 votes as a candidate for the English Democrats, a party that wants tight immigration curbs, an English Parliament and a law forcing every public building to fly the flag of St. George.
He has promised to end council funding for Doncaster ’s International Women’s Day, Black History Month and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender History Month.
He said, "Politicians have got completely out of touch with what people want".
"We need to cut costs. I want to pass on some savings I make in reduced taxes and use the rest for things we really need, like improved children’s services".
Mr Davies has received messages from well wishers across the country and abroad as news of his no-nonsense approach spreads.
Now it’s your chance to spread this most sensible way to run a town council.