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Bonkers Blog Index 2011

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December 2011

31 December (Part 3) - The BAFTAs

31 December (Part 2) - How many Bexley employees does it take to change a light bulb?

31 December (Part 1) - Bexley is Bonkers and Internet Explorer 9

30 December (Part 2) - Parking Adjudicator says Bexley is wrong. Again

30 December (Part 1) - Bragging again…

29 December - Where’s Melvin Seymour (Bexley’s favoured decorator) when you need him?

28 December - Bexley council declares an extra Bank Holiday

27 December - Councillor Craske - Having his Christmas cake and eating it

24 December - Bexley council’s Christmas gift to Elwyn Bryant

23 December (Part 3) - Tina Brooks v The Parking Adjudicator

23 December (Part 2) - Awash with complaints

23 December (Part 1) - James Brokenshire MP

22 December (Part 3) - Local Government Ombudsman criticises Bexley council - again!

22 December (Part 2) - An update on Bexley council’s obscene blog

22 December (Part 1) - An update on my Subject Access Request

21 December (Part 3) - Who’s the criminal?

21 December (Part 2) - Olly Cromwell’s harassment case

21 December (Part 1) - Parking confusion overcome - possibly

20 December - Too little, too late, too Craske

19 December - In case he hasn’t noticed…

18 December - The amazing case of the disappearing Bexley councillor blogs

17 December - Sudden outbreak of common sense at Bexley council

16 December (Part 2) - Do you believe in coincidence?

16 December (Part 1) - Councillors’ criminal records

15 December (Part 2) - Part 2 is cancelled

15 December (Part 1) - The strange case of the disappearing coppers

14 December (Part 2) - Motorists kebabed

14 December (Part 1) - Public cabinet meeting

13 December (Part 3) - It’s not paranoia, they are out to get me

13 December (Part 2) - A few news items

13 December (Part 1) - They don’t care

12 December (Part 3) - Olly Cromwell’s court appearance

12 December (Part 2) - It’s official. Bexley council CCTV certification IS inadequate

12 December (Part 1) - Today we may see how many more lies Bexley council can concoct against Olly Cromwell

11 December - Websites banned by Bexley council

10 December - How’s that for a lie?

9 December (Part 2) - Petition against excessive salaries

9 December (Part 1) - Money in Browne envelopes

8 December (Part 2) - Beware. Profiteers operate in this area

8 December (Part 1) - Post scripts

7 December (Part 2) - Costs up, income down but profits rise. It must be magic

7 December (Part 1) - For their next trick

6 December - The blog

4 December - Oddments

2 December (Part 2) - Well done Bexley council

2 December (Part 1) - Bexley council - making life difficult again

1 December - They are at it again

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November 2011

29 November - Bexley defies the Information Commissioner again

28 November - Christmas cheer

27 November (Part 2) - Number’s up for Will Tuckley

27 November (Part 1) - Bexley.gov.uk

26 November - Bailey baloney

25 November (Part 3) - Just a family affair

25 November (Part 2) - Bexley council pays out £12,741.08 compensation for maladministration

25 November (Part 1) - Your say

24 November (Part 2) - Ken rattles Bexley council

24 November (Part 1) - Phone a fib

23 November (Part 2) - The Black Horse has bolted

23 November (Part 1) - Livingstone lays into Bexley council. Craske lies about Bexley council

22 November - Well out of order

21 November (Part 2) - Survey Monkeys

21 November (Part 1) - Bexley Community Policing Engagement Group

20 November - Something to smile about

19 November - Blocked roads. Blockheads

18 November (Part 2) - Just a windbag

18 November (Part 1) - 10 things you didn’t know about…

17 November (Part 3) - More bad news for Will Tuckley

17 November (Part 2) - Coincidences and lies?

17 November (Part 1) - Councillors and lolly. Not to be parted

16 November - The two faces of Bexley

15 November (Part 2) - A council controlled by criminals?

15 November (Part 1) - More grist for the Information Commissioner’s mill

14 November (Part 3) - Bus accident in Broadway

14 November (Part 2) - The London Borough of Bexley - Nutsville

14 November (Part 1) - Some FOIs and their answers

13 November (Part 2) - The week’s post bag

13 November (Part 1) - Pouring petrol on the flaming torches

12 November (Part 2) - Bexleyheath police - not acting in the public interest

12 November (Part 1) - The Mayoral leech

11 November (Part 4) - Pitching in with flaming lies

11 November (Part 3) - Like an open book

11 November (Part 2) - You live in Bexley? Oh, that’s not good

11 November (Part 1) - See more of the Seymour effect

10 November (Part 4) - In this climate only a comeuppance will do

10 November (Part 3) - Self inflicted wounds

10 November (Part 2) - Olly Cromwell - Bang! Bang!

10 November (Part 1) - Light blue touch paper and retire immediately

9 November (Part 2) - Decorator whitewashed out of existence

9 November (Part 1) - Never forget

8 November - Newsreel

7 November (Part 2) - Bexley council - Dishonest, incompetent, vindictive

7 November (Part 1) - Bonkers Barnet council

6 November - Oddments

5 November - Bexley recycling - must do better

4 November (Part 2) - The net tightens

4 November (Part 1) - “There is nothing worse than a bent copper” - PC George Dixon of Dock Green

3 November (Part 2) - Council meeting 2nd November

3 November (Part 1) - Bexley-is-Bonkers to be prosecuted

2 November (Part 2) - Council meeting tonight

2 November (Part 1) - Website changes

1 November (Part 2) - Notomob News

1 November (Part 1) - Will Tuckey, Chief Executive. Big time failure

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October 2011

31 October (Part 2) - Plod. Still protecting their friends

31 October (Part 1) - Highlights of the month

30 October - Between a rock and a hard place

29 October - Question time

28 October (Part 2) - Where’s Olly?

28 October (Part 1) - Moving Heaven and Earth to protect their own

27 October - Nick Johnson. Still embarrassing Bexley council

26 October - Newsreel

25 October - Bexley council, splashing your cash again

24 October - Bexley. Slowest borough in London

23 October - The money is running out

22 October (Part 2) - Bexley council. A family affair

22 October (Part 1) - The Contact form and Internet Explorer 6

21 October (Part 2) - Bexley in the newspapers

21 October (Part 1) - The obscene blog. An update

20 October (Part 2) - Opposition slaughtered

20 October (Part 1) - ‘Notomobe?’ Can’t the BBC get anything right?

19 October (Part 4) - Cabinet meeting 18th October 2011

19 October (Part 3) - The One Show

19 October (Part 2) - Opaque Bexley

19 October (Part 1) - Transparent Bexley

18 October - Bexley police. Law unto themselves

17 October (Part 3) - No data. No idea

17 October (Part 2) - Bexley council criticized by leading Conservatives

17 October (Part 1) - Reading between the loynes

16 October (Part 2) - Bexley hits the less well off. (50 pence extra for rowing in the park)

16 October (Part 1) - Bexley’s ‘Poor little rich girl’. (£50 compensation and still complaining)

15 October (Part 2) - The council’s best intentions? Sounds ominous

15 October (Part 1) - Setting the record straight

14 October (Part 3) - Councillor Craske said it. Get the pinch of salt ready

14 October (Part 2) - £9 million bill for council

14 October (Part 1) - Technical adjustment

13 October - Give us a clue; do

12 October - Bexleyhealth Report

11 October (Part 3) - One rule for them…

11 October (Part 2) - Sending emails

11 October (Part 1) - Bexleyheath Police Farce

10 October (Part 2) - Inaccurate and misleading

10 October (Part 1) - BBC Panorama

9 October (Part 2) - The petition rolls on

9 October (Part 1) - Danson Festival

8 October - Site maintenance

7 October (Part 2) - Rattling their cages

7 October (Part 1) - Refuse to accept their rubbish figures

6 October (Part 3) - Crime and Disorder

6 October (Part 2) - Is he the rudest councillor in Bexley?

6 October (Part 1) - Bexley council pulling the strings

5 October (Part 2) - Refuse disposal costs

5 October (Part 1) - Newsreel

4 October (Part 3) - Pigs might fly

4 October (Part 2) - Barbarism at the Public Realm meeting

4 October (Part 1) - Boris takes the pledge

3 October - Mayor Sams scores another own goal

2 October - Collusion?

1 October - Daft as a brush

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September 2011

30 September (Part 2) - John Watson speaks to Nick Ferrari on LBC Radio

30 September (Part 1) - Earthquake hits Bexley

29 September (Part 2) - Bexley residents saved £3 million by recycling. True or False?

29 September (Part 1) - Monitoring Man

28 September (Part 2) - Lambasting Bexley Council

28 September (Part 1) - Nothing to laugh about

27 September - High (f)lyer

26 September - The not listening, running away, falling flat on its face council

25 September - Their number’s up

24 September - Foot soldiers have Craske in their sights

23 September (Part 2) - Gardeners’ World

23 September (Part 1) - The absolutely not listening council. (Working to line their own pockets)

22 September - Don’t dare to be different, Bexley council might sue you

21 September - Bexley News

20 September - Perks of the job

19 September (Part 2) - Police action

19 September (Part 1) - Site maintenance

17 September - Newsreel

16 September - Rubbish statistics

15 September (Part 3) - Bexley’s Tories. Lying again

15 September (Part 2) - Bexley council. Still intent on law dodging

15 September (Part 1) - An open and honest council

14 September (Part 2) - His number’s up

14 September (Part 1) - Bexley council. Mad as a paint brush

13 September - Huge whoppers. It’s not Smart

12 September (Part 2) - Bexley on the box

12 September (Part 1) - Going round in circles

11 September (Part 2) - It’s not what you know…

11 September (Part 1) - Bonkers is not Labour

10 September (Part 2) - Bexley on the box

10 September (Part 1) - Bexley’s bridge blunder

9 September (Part 3) - Tesco is coming to Bexleyheath

9 September (Part 2) - Lies, damn lies and website statistics

9 September (Part 1) - Another FOI rejection

8 September (Part 2) - It’s party time

8 September (Part 1) - The obscene blog - who dunnit?

7 September (Part 2) - The Harassment letter - who dunnit?

7 September (Part 1) - Crime and Disorder on public display in the council chamber

6 September (Part 2) - Obscene blog. Cover up continues

6 September (Part 1) - Eric Pickles. All talk, no bite

5 September - Site maintenance

3 September - Cover up or cock-up?

2 September - Information Commissioner harassing Bexley council

1 September - Sleazebuster

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August 2011

31 August - The month of the Craske

30 August - Cheats never prosper

29 August - “Town hall chiefs are the real looters”

28 August (Part 3) - Craske’s dodgy dealing

28 August (Part 2) - A lucky escape

28 August (Part 1) - Pillaging Peter

27 August - Newsreel

26 August - Don’t mess with the Notomob

25 August - Do the right thing

24 August (Part 2) - Parking 4 Free

24 August (Part 1) - Obscene blog - update

23 August - Councillor Craske - making more enemies

22 August - Councillor Craske - hitting traders hard again

21 August - Craske’s delusional parking statistics

19 August (Part 2) - Broadcasting Bexley’s Crimes

19 August (Part 1) - Councillor Craske, fiddling with statistics again

18 August - Turning their backs on democracy and the law

17 August - Would you credit it?

16 August - Bexley council’s mission to make shopping more expensive

15 August - Craske’s mission to make parking more expensive; or even impossible

13 August - The obscene blog. First sign of movement

12 August - One broke the law, the other wants to

11 August - CCTV. To keep us safer or poorer?

9 August - Better safe than sorry

8 August - The shame and the sham

7 August - Political censorship in the UK

5 August - Catch 22?

4 August - Free parking

3 August (Part 3) - Not biting the hand that feeds it

3 August (Part 2) - Bexley First

3 August (Part 1) - Ombudsman criticises Bexley council over parking fine

2 August - Welcome to Bexley

1 August - Resident’s Parking Permit price increases. No justification

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July 2011

30 July - It’s the end of the month already

29 July - Petition against excessive salaries

28 July - Newsreel

27 July - Bexley council. In the wrong again

26 July (Part 2) - Teresa goes to Pickles. James gets in a pickle

26 July (Part 1) - Road Rage offender fined

25 July (Part 2) - Freedom of Information (FOI)

25 July (Part 1) - Boris in Bexley - An alternative view

24 July - Flackley Ash Hotel. The truth at last

23 July - In the news

22 July - Boris in Bexley

21 July (Part 2) - Another money making scam? Parents beware!

21 July (Part 1) - Double trouble

20 July (Part 2) - Frizoni Follies

20 July (Part 1) - Time travellers?

19 July (Part 2) - Dirty Cops and Bent Justice

19 July (Part 1) - Dustbin men more sensible than council directors

18 July - Wanton waste

17 July - Residents blacklisted by councils

16 July - Before and After - a vindictive, spiteful, secretive, dishonest council got to work

15 July - Library censorship

14 July (Part 2) - Bexley council. Paranoid and poisonous

14 July (Part 1) - Craskegate

13 July - Another night of fun and farce at the Civic Centre

12 July - Read who’s the idiot now

11 July - Thank you but no Goodbye

10 July - Listening to nobody. Reaping the rewards

9 July - Public Service Announcement

8 July - Bent cops. Bent hacks. Bent council?

7 July (Part 2) - Listening to nobody. Working for themselves

7 July (Part 1) - Fat cat’s salary leads to lost seats

6 July (Part 2) - Long Service Awards revisited - TIC too

6 July (Part 1) - News Shopper gets it wrong

5 July - Flackley Ash Hotel

4 July (Part 2) - Bexley council in the national press

4 July (Part 1) - The rat runs

3 July - About time

1 July - Ashford Employment Tribunal finds Bexley council guilty of unfair dismissal

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June 2011

30 June (Part 3) - What the papers say

30 June (Part 2) - Propaganda alert

30 June (Part 1) - Plod’s plodding pace

29 June - The Audit Committee

28 June - The case continues…

27 June (Part 3) - Bexley council - they’ve been lying again

27 June (Part 2) - Thames Innovation Centre (TIC)

27 June (Part 1) - Bexley police are still protecting Bexley council

26 June - “I can do what I like”

25 June - No to Mobiles

24 June (Part 3) - The Old Bailey next?

24 June (Part 2) - Public Realm and Scrutiny Committee

24 June (Part 1) - Now we are famous

23 June - Throw the book at them; the committee is bound to cover it up

22 June - Planning for office

21 June - Armed Forces Day

19 June - Bexley council - Not happy unless they are wrecking something

18 June - Gorging themselves at your expense

17 June - Crime and Disorder

16 June - Bexley council is listening - to Bonkers!

15 June (Part 2) - Seems I was a bit hasty…

15 June (Part 1) - Don’t let the buggers get you down Mr. Brokenshire

14 June - It’s one rule for them and…

13 June (Part 2) - The art of question dodging

13 June (Part 1) - Bexley council - Not listening, not working and now not watching

12 June (Part 2) - Freedom of Information (FOI)

12 June (Part 1) - Secrecy comes as standard

11 June (Part 2) - Can’t answer; won’t answer

11 June (Part 1) - Any excuse will do

10 June (Part 2) - Apparently it’s a crime

10 June (Part 1) - Petition to council

9 June - “You have provided evidence that a crime has been committed”

8 June - Short and sweet

7 June - Forget all thoughts of straight dealing; this is Bexley!

6 June (Part 2) - A dirty trick is worth repeating

6 June (Part 1) - They’ve mastered all devices entertaining and rhetorical

5 June (Part 2) - Parking permit application

5 June (Part 1) - Blog off Bexley

4 June (Part 2) - Taking lessons from Joseph

4 June (Part 1) - While corruption and dishonesty reign, simple incompetence continues

3 June (Part 2) - The Contact Centre

3 June (Part 1) - Thames Innovation Centre. More trickery by Bexley council

2 June - Newsreel

1 June (Part 2) - Update on Freedom of Information requests

1 June (Part 1) - Council’s S.W.A.T. team meets

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May 2011

31 May (Part 2) - Question Mayor Boris Johnson

31 May (Part 1) - Big Brother is alive and well in Bexley

30 May (Part 4) - And now they have gone completely bonkers

30 May (Part 3) - Somebody thinks Bonkers is racist

30 May (Part 2) - Greenwich democracy reformed. Bexley democracy deformed

30 May (Part 1) - Total Whitening or total BS

29 May (Part 4) - Round in circles

29 May (Part 3) - Mary thinks it’s funny

29 May (Part 2) - Would you buy a used car from this pair?

29 May (Part 1) - Site map

28 May (Part 3) - Questions, letters, damn lies and statistics

28 May (Part 2) - Credit card purchases

28 May (Part 1) - Another council plot

27 May - A family affair

26 May (Part 4) - Pick-pocketing Peter panned

26 May (Part 3) - Pick-pocketing Peter

26 May (Part 2) - Spreading the word

26 May (Part 1) - Legal notice

25 May - Fortress Bexley

24 May - Please stop talking because we don’t want to listen

23 May (Part 3) - A twisted conspiracy question. Read all about it

23 May (Part 2) - Another hypocrite. Bexley council is full of ’em!

23 May (Part 1) - Busy bumbling bees. “Working for you”

22 May (Part 3) - Hypocrisy or what?

22 May (Part 2) - Lap dancing clubs in Bexley - just what is our Licensing Committee up to?

22 May (Part 1) - Rogues Gallery

21 May - No blog today

20 May (Part 2) - AVarice again

20 May (Part 1) - Dirty tricks?

19 May - Sams the man

18 May - Newsreel

17 May - The blame game

16 May (Part 2) - Arts and farts

16 May (Part 1) - Bus fuss

15 May (Part 2) - The artful fee dodger

15 May (Part 1) - If at first you don’t succeed

14 May (Part 2) - Notomob support Martin Peaple

14 May (Part 1) - We’re skint, but we can afford this

13 May (Part 2) - Newsreel

13 May (Part 1) - Bexley Conservatives. They just can’t stop lying

12 May (Part 2) - Support the Mob

12 May (Part 1) - Teresa O’Neill. Guilty as charged

11 May (Part 2) - Now watch them wriggle

11 May (Part 1) - Freedom to Misinform

10 May - The law says the aim is “no penalty charges”

9 May - Turning her back on the electorate

8 May (Part 2) - The door slams shut

8 May (Part 1) - Voluntary giving?

7 May (Part 2) - AVarice

7 May (Part 1) - Feeding the fuzz and feedback’s a buzz

6 May (Part 4) - Where feeble men fear to tread

6 May (Part 3) - Life is vexing

6 May (Part 2) - Nice work if you can get it

6 May (Part 1) - News Shopper on acid

5 May (Part 2) - Craske ducks it

5 May (Part 1) - Piling on the pressure

4 May - Welcome to Bexley

3 May (Part 2) - Will sick Nick be nicked?

3 May (Part 1) - Playing a-round with our money

2 May (Part 2) - Three into two won’t go - ever!

2 May (Part 1) - Flak over Flackley

1 May - April’s highlights

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April 2011

30 April - Bexley Conservatives. Panic and desperation

29 April - Planning. Full of surprises

28 April (Part 2) - Newsreel

28 April (Part 1) - Under the Jackboot

27 April - Thames Innovation Centre Whistleblower 1 : Bexley council nil

26 April (Part 2) - Tesco deal approved

26 April (Part 1) - Does the Tesco deal checkout?

21 April - Bonkers is closing down - but only for the Easter break

20 April - Bexley council’s complaints procedure. Another sham

19 April (Part 3) - Sham consultations

19 April (Part 2) - Time bomb. Tick, tick

19 April (Part 1) - Dirt. Diversions. Development. Dishonesty and Dames. (Pantomime Dames)

18 April (Part 3) - Don’t tell Audit

18 April (Part 2) - Tape evidence frightens council

18 April (Part 1) - Funny money

17 April (Part 2) - Hang ‘em and flog ‘em

17 April (Part 1) - Under the Jackboot again

16 April (Part 3) - Too generous by far

16 April (Part 2) - The disabled are buggied in Bexley

16 April (Part 1) - Under the Jackboot

15 April (Part 2) - Residents showered with TLC again

15 April (Part 1) - The police state of Bexley

14 April (Part 2) - A taster for things to come

14 April (Part 1) - Where next?

13 April (Part 2) - Everywhere has gone Bonkers

13 April (Part 1) - Fame at last!

12 April - Harassment and alarm. Headless chicken syndrome

11 April (Part 3) - ‘ello, ‘ello, ‘ello. What’s goin’ on ‘ere then?

11 April (Part 2) - I thought they were cleverer than that

11 April (Part 1) - Ghost riders

10 April (Part 2) - Marriage of convenience

10 April (Part 1) - Scamera hunting - (The NoToMob call it ‘$chunting’

9 April - NoToMob returns to Bexley

8 April (Part 2) - Predatory Peter

8 April (Part 1) - Priti Pathetic

7 April - Cuts are for the riff-raff not for us says the Fat Controller

6 April - The Inspire Community Trust

5 April - The police state of Bexley

4 April - Johnson and the Fat Controller; together again

2 April (Part 2) - Carole’s battle with TfL and the money grabbing TLC

2 April (Part 1) - NoToMob comes to Bexley

1 April - Mayor Val Clark. Serial offender against local democracy

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March 2011

31 March - The chocolate teapot, she can run but she cannot hide

30 March - Councillor Michael Tarrant, Stalinist tyrant

29 March - It’s not only councillors who lie

28 March (Part 2) - Parking charges up by 25% and extended to evenings and Sundays

28 March (Part 1) - The NoToMob comes to Bexley

27 March (Part 2) - Freedom of Information requests (FOI)

27 March (Part 1) - Welling’s bus lane

26 March (Part 3) - The NoToMob comes to Bexley

26 March (Part 2) - Carole’s battle with TfL and a heartless head teacher

26 March (Part 1) - The NoToMob comes to Bexley

25 March - Councillor Craske - Defrauding motorists again

24 March (Part 3) - Freedom of Information requests (FOI)

24 March (Part 2) - Kevin Fox (Head of Committee Services) ducks the question

24 March (Part 1) - Democracy Bexley style

23 March - Press round up

22 March - Something shameful to hide

21 March (Part 3) - For night owls

21 March (Part 2) - Thames Innovation Centre (TIC)

21 March (Part 1) - Councillor John Waters. Fingers in many pies, and gorging on them

20 March - Bexley’s Core Strategy

19 March (Part 3) - More pain for motorists. More of Craske’s strange accounting

19 March (Part 2) - William Morris Fountain, Bexleyheath

19 March (Part 1) - Update on Carole’s struggle to get her children to school

18 March (Part 3) - Thames Innovation Centre. Blame this money pit on Labour; well maybe not

18 March (Part 2) - Red Nose Day in Bexley High Street, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

18 March (Part 1) - Twank is a Twonk - (Google it!)

17 March (Part 2) - Snouts ever deeper in the trough

17 March (Part 1) - Thames Innovation Centre. Keep your bankrupt business afloat the Bexley council way

16 March (Part 4) - Craske’s gestapo

16 March (Part 3) - The Thames Innovation Centre (TIC) - and other dens of iniquity

16 March (Part 2) - The News Shopper

16 March (Part 1) - The police state of Bexley

15 March (Part 5) - The police state of Bexley

15 March (Part 4) - Thames Innovation Centre (TIC)

15 March (Part 3) - Purple Pygmy porkies?

15 March (Part 2) - Twankey’s toy-boy doesn’t take orders

15 March (Part 1) - Residents’ Parking Permits

14 March (Part 3) - Thames Innovation Centre

14 March (Part 2) - ‘Citrine’ is a book, the mayor is a lemon

14 March (Part 1) - Mayor approves disrespect to residents by councillors. It’s official policy

13 March (Part 2) - The chocolate fireguard - will it stand the heat?

13 March (Part 1) - Councillors powerless - and a school lays obstacles in front of a disabled mother

12 March (Part 3) - Germany calling

12 March (Part 2) - The police state of Bexley

12 March (Part 1) - The chocolate teapot - it spouts and drips but it has no handle

11 March (Part 6) - “Unaccountable, Undemocratic and Unfit for Office”

11 March (Part 5) - Some lighter stuff

11 March (Part 4) - The police state of Bexley

11 March (Part 3) - Fishing trips

11 March (Part 2) - The police state of Bexley

11 March (Part 1) - The police state of Bexley

10 March (Part 4) - The pub round up

10 March (Part 3) - Sense and sensibilities with a whole lot of nonsense mixed in

10 March (Part 2) - The Guilty and the Gullible

10 March (Part 1) - War & Peace

9 March (Part 5) - “At odds with the fundamentals of democracy”

9 March (Part 4) - They don’t like it up ‘em

9 March (Part 3) - Go compare 3

9 March (Part 2) - Death of democracy

9 March (Part 1) - Go compare 2

8 March (Part 2) - Bureaucracy gone mad

8 March (Part 1) - Thames Innovation Centre.

7 March (Part 5) - Craske’s department. Wickedness and waste

7 March (Part 4) - Arthur Pewty’s Maggot Sandwich

7 March (Part 3) - Better than watching TV

7 March (Part 2) - Admiring glances

7 March (Part 1) - Street clutter

6 March (Part 4) - Go compare

6 March (Part 3) - Erith river front development. D.E.A.T.H. to Bexley council

6 March (Part 2) - Why would anyone risk being seen as a paedophile’s friend?

6 March (Part 1) - Incompetent or undemocratic?

5 March (Part 3) - The Barmy Bexley Borough Blog

5 March (Part 2) - Dishonest, incompetent, vindictive

5 March (Part 1) - Open government Bexley council style - part 2

4 March (Part 4) - Better late than never

4 March (Part 3) - Mayor no longer fit to be in the driving seat

4 March (Part 2) - V for Vendetta

4 March (Part 1) - Has-PhilipRead-gone-Bonkers.com

3 March (Part 3) - Councillor Philip Read says Bexley is Bonkers too

3 March (Part 2) - Pantomime at the Civic Centre

3 March (Part 1) - The pig-pen

2 March (Part 3) - Taylor and Craske. Thick as thieves

2 March (Part 2) - Crippling chicanery

2 March (Part 1) - Crass Cretinous Cock-up

1 March (Part 2) - Open government Bexley council style

1 March (Part 1) - A cabinet of woodentops

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February 2011

28 February - Trivial Pursuits

27 February - A matter of choice

26 February (Part 2) - Craske’s cash cow was all bull

26 February (Part 1) - A bit of a conundrum. Suggestions welcome

25 February - Bacon. A little egg on our faces

24 February (Part 3) - Bexley council is bent

24 February (Part 2) - Press review

24 February (Part 1) - Ruts at Ruxley. Rats in charge

23 February (Part 3) - Thanks everyone

23 February (Part 2) - Don’t get angry, get even

23 February (Part 1) - Don’t shoot the messenger

22 February - Blackfen Library; another work of genius

21 February - Vali Baba and the 40 62 thieves stage another pantomime

20 February - Shock horror! One of Craske’s figures may be right - not that it helps his case much

19 February - Bringing home the Bacon

18 February (Part 2) - The Crook Lodge

18 February (Part 1) - Reader’s right

17 February - Craske can make CPZs disappear, by magic or neglect

16 February (Part 2) - Council of despair

16 February (Part 1) - Sheltered Homes Are Misled

15 February - The liar Craske again

14 February - The liar Craske

13 February - Strange bedfellows

11 February - Tough luck Waltham Forest

10 February - London councils promise to freeze council tax. Bexley holds back

9 February - Unfortunately it is Non-fiction

8 February - The fat cats ignore the fat rats

6 February - Just a wind bag?

5 February - Please tell me this is fiction

4 February - Parking meters for the chop?

3 February - Penny pinching Hurts the vulnerable

2 February - News of the Residents’ Parking Permit saga. The Artful Dodgers are at it again

1 February - Street clutter and fly tipping

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January 2011

31 January - A coincidence? Almost certainly

30 January - Cuts - except for O’Neill’s favoured few

27 January - Better late than never

26 January - Good news. Bad news

22 January - Another illustration of Craske’s preference for vengeance and spite over commonsense

19 January - Ladies and Gentlemen; this man is taking the pee

15 January - Three more missing parking meters

12 January - Vindictive council rushes to punish innocent motorists again

4 January - There are conscientious people working for Bexley council

3 January - Another parking restriction

1 January - Bexley’s out-of-hours emergency service

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