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Bonkers Blog Index 2012

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December 2012

31 December - Bonkers Man of the Year 2012

28 December - Normal service may prove to be elusive

23 December - It’s a wrap

22 December - Parking fines. Exposing Bexley’s dishonesty. (Episode 11)

21 December - Highland games

20 December - No news is not necessarily good news

19 December (Part 2) - Chaos looms

19 December (Part 1) - Police story unravels

18 December (Part 2) - This evening’s Cabinet meeting

18 December (Part 1) - Useful idiots

17 December (Part 3) - Crime and no punishment

17 December (Part 2) - Tavy Bridge - No hub, no hope

17 December (Part 1) - Parking charges up again - percentage : infinite

16 December - Out of sight, out of mind

15 December (Part 2) - Get Out of Jail Free

15 December (Part 1) - Give a politician an inch, he’ll steal your money

14 December (Part 2) - Tar very much Brian

14 December (Part 1) - Planning meeting report

13 December (Part 3) - Larner Road and Tavy Bridge get approval

13 December (Part 2) - And answer came there none

13 December (Part 1) - Time is running out

12 December (Part 2) - Christmas is coming

12 December (Part 1) - Parking fines. Exposing Bexley’s dishonesty. (Episode 10)

11 December (Part 2) - Safe houses

11 December (Part 1) - Rotten to the core

10 December (Part 2) - Building bridges with residents

10 December (Part 1) - “Political interference”

9 December - An early Christmas present from Bexley council

8 December (Part 2) - A Frizoni Folly claims a victim

8 December (Part 1) - This man is an utter disgrace to his office

7 December (Part 2) - In each others pockets

7 December (Part 1) - Searching the web

6 December (Part 2) - Readers to the rescue

6 December (Part 1) - Their motto is: “Say nothing”

5 December - Craske had the motive. Craske rented the phone line. Does anyone doubt who did it?

4 December - Not so secret pay off

3 December (Part 2) - Who were they protecting this time?

3 December (Part 1) - More anon

2 December - Memories lost

1 December - Parking fines. Exposing Bexley’s dishonesty. (Episode 9)

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November 2012

30 November - Another month gone

29 November - Halt. Who goes there?

28 November (Part 3) - Bexley distinguishes itself in the Ofsted results…

28 November (Part 2) - The mystery of police attendance at council meetings

28 November (Part 1) - The Outlook is more prevarication

27 November (Part 2) - Rotten to the core

27 November (Part 1) - DPA. Don’t Provide Anything

26 November (Part 3) - Double-barrelled incompetence

26 November (Part 2) - Proud of themselves?

26 November (Part 1) - New home page. Who’s the criminal?

25 November (Part 2) - Bexley council. Driving residents mad

25 November (Part 1) - Think of a number, any number…

24 November (Part 2) - Complaint lodged

24 November (Part 1) - Maliciously persecuting the Grootendorsts. How much did that cost us?

23 November (Part 3) - Teresa O’Neill. Democracy block

23 November (Part 2) - Chief Superintendent Victor Olisa. Who’s got at him?

23 November (Part 1) - Site navigation

22 November (Part 3) - James Cleverly. Out of order again

22 November (Part 2) - Bexley council mistreating the disabled

22 November (Part 1) - Bexley council mistreating the disabled?

21 November - Police failures. An update

20 November (Part 2) - What is it that Bexley council has against cyclists?

20 November (Part 1) - Hospital management. Is it off its trolley?

19 November (Part 2) - Bexley Bullies

19 November (Part 1) - Assume the worst

18 November - The Gallion’s Reach Bridge. Teresa O’Neill’s part in its downfall

17 November - Sheer lunacy

16 November (Part 2) - Parking fines. Exposing Bexley’s dishonesty

16 November (Part 1) - Bexley police see only what they want to see

15 November (Part 3) - And the winner of the shortest yellow line competition is…

15 November (Part 2) - Regenerating the truth

15 November (Part 1) - Turbine update

14 November (Part 3) - Police update

14 November (Part 2) - Thamesmead rises up

14 November (Part 1) - Sewer tactics

13 November (Part 2) - Lodge a complaint with the leader

13 November (Part 1) - Full council meeting. The leader’s report

12 November (Part 3) - Full council meeting. The left overs

12 November (Part 2) - Playing catch up

12 November (Part 1) - Full council meeting. The questions

11 November (Part 2) - It’s one rule for them… Again!

11 November (Part 1) - Yellow line confusion

10 November - The Black Horse Inn, Sidcup

9 November (Part 2) - Full council meeting. The deputation

9 November (Part 1) - Mr. Chris Loynes

8 November - Lunatics in charge of the asylum

7 November - A much better start

6 November (Part 2) - Parking fines. Exposing Bexley’s dishonesty. (Episode 8)

6 November (Part 1) - Police enquiry into Bexley council’s obscene blog

5 November (Part 2) - Whatever they call you, tell us…

5 November (Part 1) - Navigational aids

4 November - Do they know which day of the week it is?

3 November (Part 3) - Barnstorming

3 November (Part 2) - Bexley council. More bad publicity

3 November (Part 1) - Bay watching

2 November (Part 2) - Sleazebuster

2 November (Part 1) - Patience evaporates

1 November - Dangerous liaison

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October 2012

31 October - The real end of the month round up

29 October - Parking fines. Exposing Bexley’s dishonesty. (Episode 7)

28 October - Don’t buy The Mail on Sunday

27 October (Part 2) - Retribution and humiliation

27 October (Part 1) - Fuelling rumours

26 October (Part 2) - Getting ahead of myself

26 October (Part 1) - Total incompetence? Probably

25 October - Totally confused

24 October (Part 2) - TIC - Totally Illegal Conspiracy

24 October (Part 1) - Misconductors in Public Office

23 October - Parking fines. Exposing Bexley’s dishonesty. (Episode 6)

22 October (Part 3) - One down…

22 October (Part 2) - Senior moments

22 October (Part 1) - The Cisco kids

21 October - Bacon baffles Bulgarians

20 October (Part 2) - Emergency Services. Remember them?

20 October (Part 1) - Bacon headed logic

19 October (Part 2) - Things get interesting

19 October (Part 1) - Twice a cheat…

18 October (Part 3) - Whoever said the wheels of justice turn slowly had been dealing with the Met

18 October (Part 2) - Thamesmead and Plumstead

18 October (Part 1) - Once a cheat…

17 October (Part 3) - Hate Crime. Something on which Bexley council is the acknowledged authority

17 October (Part 2) - Update on Freedom of Information requests

17 October (Part 1) - Cabinet meeting report

16 October (Part 4) - Cabinet meeting tonight

16 October (Part 3) - Kiss goodbye to Waitrose and the Black Horse

16 October (Part 2) - Coincidence or what?

16 October (Part 1) - Crime down in Bexley. Not in the Civic Centre obviously

15 October (Part 3) - Technical note

15 October (Part 2) - Parking fines. Exposing Bexley’s dishonesty. (Episode 5)

15 October (Part 1) - The Information Commissioner disagrees

14 October - Whitewash supplies run short in Bexley

13 October - Three tales of stupidity in Bonkers Bexley

12 October (Part 2) - The Bexley Breezeblock

12 October (Part 1) - The Alex & Steven Show

11 October (Part 2) - Public Realm meeting report

11 October (Part 1) - Megan Clement. D minus for comprehension

10 October (Part 4) - Kevin Fox. Hysterical spoilt child

10 October (Part 3) - Who at Bexley council is breaking the law this time?

10 October (Part 2) - Kevin Fox. Head of Committee Services and Scrutiny. Jobsworth and neurone free zone

10 October (Part 1) - Parking fines. Exposing Bexley’s dishonesty. (Episode 4)

9 October - Do they know what they are doing?

8 October (Part 2) - What goes up must come down

8 October (Part 1) - Bexley council distorts the truth, is it Tongue in Cheek?

7 October (Part 2) - Blade runners

7 October (Part 1) - Been there, done that already

6 October - Something for the weekend

5 October (Part 2) - Finance Committee meeting

5 October (Part 1) - Turbine winds everyone up

4 October - Slade Green. Bexley council’s dumping ground

3 October (Part 4) - Freedom of Information Requests - update

3 October (Part 3) - Negotiations in progress

3 October (Part 2) - Another appointment for the diary

3 October (Part 1) - I nearly forgot…

2 October (Part 3) - Parking fines. Exposing Bexley’s dishonesty. (Episode 3)

2 October (Part 2) - P362 LOY and GJ60 EPX. Road blockheads

2 October (Part 1) - Diary of a thousand a day man

1 October (Part 6) - Craske looking for a new home?

1 October (Part 5) - Four months to answer an FOI. What do you expect for £230k. a year?

1 October (Part 4) - Another day ten minutes in court

1 October (Part 3) - Bexley council steps out of line on bedroom sharing

1 October (Part 2) - Bexley council publishes the confirmation. It is stuffed full of overpaid liars

1 October (Part 1) - How was that one slipped by us

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September 2012

30 September - It’s the end of the month again

29 September - Don’t get angry; get even

28 September (Part 3) - Adults’ Services Overview and Scrutiny Committee meeting

28 September (Part 2) - General Purposes. Two for the price of one

28 September (Part 1) - Where’s the money gone?

27 September (Part 2) - Parking fines. Exposing Bexley’s dishonesty. (Episode 2)

27 September (Part 1) - Parking charges all at sea. A SWindle that Hurts Bexley businesses and residents alike

26 September (Part 2) - Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee

26 September (Part 1) - More Spin, Hype and Incoherent Twaddle, coming soon through a letter box near you

25 September (Part 2) - Transparently no serious intent

25 September (Part 1) - Once a policeman, always a policeman

24 September (Part 2) - Another sham consultation

24 September (Part 1) - Another B and C story

23 September - Must try harder

22 September - Lying Linda

21 September (Part 2) - Bexley’s ‘C’ words - and I don’t just mean criminals

21 September (Part 1) - Silence is golden

20 September - Feeling free to send actual propaganda sheet to a letter box near you

19 September - Just time if he is quick

18 September - How many crooks does it take to make a council?

17 September - The price of white coffee

16 September - 635 DIV 10 = 63

15 September - Bonkers is three

14 September (Part 2) - Team GB floats some ideas

14 September (Part 1) - Birds of a feather

13 September (Part 2) - Freedom of Information Requests

13 September (Part 1) - If it looks too good to be true, it probably is

12 September (Part 2) - “Compassion”? Don’t be naive. Exploitation perhaps but not compassion

12 September (Part 1) - Two wheels. How many cranks?

11 September (Part 2) - Back to the mundane. Parking issues

11 September (Part 1) - Everyone loves a scandal

10 September (Part 3) - News Shopper says Peter Craske “at the centre of a police probe”

10 September (Part 2) - Arthur Pewty’s maggot sandwich

10 September (Part 1) - Bexley council says no to technology. Pickles stuffed

9 September - Waring down Rita

8 September (Part 3) - The Complementary Cancer Care Trust

8 September (Part 2) - Bacon and toast

8 September (Part 1) - Bexley’s most wanted

7 September (Part 4) - Cash flow problems?

7 September (Part 3) - Reluctant to the last

7 September (Part 2) - Confusion and delusion

7 September (Part 1) - “Bexley are bastards like that”

6 September (Part 3) - Bexley council ‘considering’ new transparency laws

6 September (Part 2) - Bexley council’s excess

6 September (Part 1) - Olly Cromwell and his petition

5 September (Part 2) - In the news

5 September (Part 1) - Dishonesty. What politicians do best

4 September - Bexley Cabs. An update

3 September (Part 2) - Sign here

3 September (Part 1) - Lost in the post

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August 2012

31 August - The month’s medal winners

30 August - The silly season

29 August - Teresa O’Neill. Putting children at risk - because she can

28 August - John Waring. Not environmental health, just a mental elf

27 August - Readers comments - Shard to charade

26 August - Safest borough in London. Not if you are black

25 August (Part 2) - Safest borough in London. For criminals?

25 August (Part 1) - Reptile found in Frognal Avenue

24 August (Part 3) - The arrogant and dismissive Alan Downing

24 August (Part 2) - Bexley worst in country for food hygiene

24 August (Part 1) - Bexley council. In a hole again

23 August (Part 4) - Let’s see them wriggle out of this one

23 August (Part 3) - The arrogant and dismissive Alan Downing

23 August (Part 2) - Picklespeak

23 August (Part 1) - Something to hide

22 August (Part 5) - Civic Centre refurbishment contract placed

22 August (Part 4) - Olly Cromwell makes the front page of the News Shopper

22 August (Part 3) - The Black Horse Inn, Sidcup. Facade charade

22 August (Part 2) - Bexleyheath police has 100% commitment. I don’t think so

22 August (Part 1) - Bexley scabs

21 August (Part 3) - The other side of the coin

21 August (Part 2) - Councillor Sandra Bauer

21 August (Part 1) - Rita Grootendorst’s wildlife garden

20 August (Part 2) - The arrogant and dismissive Alan Downing

20 August (Part 1) - No splashing

19 August (Part 3) - You’ve been Cromwelled

19 August (Part 2) - Readers’ contributions

19 August (Part 1) - Pumping irony

18 August - Selling off playing fields and open spaces

17 August (Part 4) - John Kerlen’s Appeal report

17 August (Part 3) - John Kerlen’s Appeal result

17 August (Part 2) - The root of incompetence

17 August (Part 1) - Billy No mates

16 August (Part 2) - Twitter Appeal

16 August (Part 1) - The arrogant and dismissive Alan Downing. Bexley council belatedly responds

15 August (Part 2) - Valuable land going cheap. Very cheap

15 August (Part 1) - Unreliable witness + Top barrister = Humiliation

14 August - Deaf to reason

12 August - Waitrose knows its onions

11 August - Why do they do it?

10 August (Part 5) - A good day for Olly Cromwell

10 August (Part 4) - A good day for making a quick buck

10 August (Part 3) - Who’s the real Twit?

10 August (Part 2) - Where are they now?

10 August (Part 1) - Nowhere left to hide?

9 August (Part 2) - 24 hours to save the No Honour Sandra

9 August (Part 1) - Hospitals bankrupt. Twopenn’orth contributed

8 August (Part 3) - Payment for failure

8 August (Part 2) - On yer bike

8 August (Part 1) - Your NHS. My No Help Surgery

7 August (Part 3) - Will Tuckley. Much ado about doing nothing

7 August (Part 2) - Royal Mail. Fraudsters

7 August (Part 1) - Arresting Sidcup’s downhill slide

6 August (Part 2) - Cops and complaints

6 August (Part 1) - Notomob implodes. Not a Wise move

5 August (Part 4) - Twitter ye not

5 August (Part 3) - Maybe the CPS is even more incompetent than we thought

5 August (Part 2) - Phone only parking by stealth

5 August (Part 1) - Absent Without Legitimate Excuse

4 August - Absent Without Library

3 August (Part 2) - Twitter Joke Trial

3 August (Part 1) - Bexley council. Rats and Cockroaches

2 August (Part 2) - On? Off? Who knows?

2 August (Part 1) - Olly Cromwell’s Appeal

1 August - Supermarket wars

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July 2012

31 July - Bexley Beat. Up or down?

29 July - Total anonymity leads to confusion

28 July - Bexley council in HD? Horrendously Dodgy

27 July - Bexley council. A matter of priorities

26 July (Part 2) - Bexley council. It’s never their fault

26 July (Part 1) - Local Government Ombudsman. Unfit for purpose

25 July - Councillor Peter Craske causes an international incident

24 July - The Obscene Blog. A daily diary

23 July (Part 2) - Bexley council arguing with Eric Pickles again

23 July (Part 1) - Bexley council complaints

22 July (Part 2) - Olympic shame

22 July (Part 1) - Feedback

21 July (Part 2) - County Gate. The blame game

21 July (Part 1) - No commission required. None paid

20 July - Full Council Meeting - More serious bits

19 July (Part 2) - Full Council Meeting - The serious bits

19 July (Part 1) - Full Council Meeting

18 July - Vindictive Peter Craske. His legacy lives on

17 July - Drawbridge up. Heads in sand

15 July - Does anyone know of a well managed doctor’s surgery

11 July - Deputy leader says “More pain on the way”

9 July - Bexley introduces “People friendly, better streets”

6 July - Looking for Sandra Bauer and “Huge Bonkers”

5 July (Part 2) - Upping their game

5 July (Part 1) - We want Waitrose

4 July - One day off

3 July (Part 2) - The saga continues. More money wasted

3 July (Part 1) - Pitch in says forking Teresa

2 July (Part 2) - Man dead wrong

2 July (Part 1) - Deadman right

1 July - Lead astray by false profits

June 2012

30 June (Part 2) - Still taking the pee. Tasteless funeral parlours are us

30 June (Part 1) - Queen Mary’s Hospital

29 June (Part 3) - Ask a busy woman

29 June (Part 2) - End of the month Newsreel

29 June (Part 1) - As the crow flies

28 June (Part 2) - A chink in their defence

28 June (Part 1) - Crossrail. Taken far too literally

27 June (Part 5) - I couldn’t possibly comment

27 June (Part 4) - Playing the planning system

27 June (Part 3) - The obscene blogger

27 June (Part 2) - Cab wars

27 June (Part 1) - Walk this way

26 June - Bexley’s obscene blog. Someone is in the frame

25 June - Filibuster? No, just a comprehensive reply

23 June - Justice gets a second chance

22 June (Part 3) - Have a good day

22 June (Part 2) - Bexley council’s pedestrian attitude

22 June (Part 1) - Plod moves at a plodding pace

21 June (Part 2) - Open for business

21 June (Part 1) - Read all about it

20 June - Beware of Bexley council and rogue traders

19 June - Excuses, excuses

18 June (Part 3) - Opening anyway

18 June (Part 2) - Hedge. Funds

18 June (Part 1) - Metropolis. Superman

17 June - Weekend roundup

16 June - Claim and counterclaim

15 June - The wheels come off. Bexley Cabs won’t start

14 June - Concede a battle to win the war

13 June - Lull before the storm?

10 June - Watch this space

8 June - Justice knocked into a cocked hat

7 June - Recommended for Refusal

6 June (Part 2) - Lots of smoke, a little bit of fire

6 June (Part 1) - BoJo and Tere’O. No dough. So no go. Deffo

5 June - Our house. Madness!

4 June - Not a day for taking the bus to Bluewater

3 June - The Erith Riverside Festival - Cold and wet

2 June - Bexley Cabs; ready to take you for a ride

1 June - Did he or did he not? Did she or did she not?

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May 2012

31 May - Month end roundup

30 May - Bexley council. Wicked through and through

29 May - Not a Happy Birthday

28 May - Local Government Ombudsman. Useless as usual

27 May (Part 2) - New Home page

27 May (Part 1) - Erith Riverside Festival 2012

26 May - It’s official - Her proud boast wasn’t true

25 May (Part 3) - How many criminals make a council?

25 May (Part 2) - Tesco Town

25 May (Part 1) - Working together for a safer London. Ha! Ha!

24 May - Rita goes up market

23 May - One “ludicrous” garden. One ludicrous council

22 May - Town hall tyrants

21 May (Part 2) - Expenditure on consultants

21 May (Part 1) - Bexley council. Can’t it get anything right?

19 May - Art or a stencil job?

18 May - They are all in this together

17 May (Part 3) - Named and blamed

17 May (Part 2) - Bexley’s new mayor. An aggressive start

17 May (Part 1) - Bexleyheath’s new copper. An impressive start

16 May (Part 2) - Bexley council petitions John Lewis. Oh, the irony!

16 May (Part 1) - The man who would be mayor

15 May (Part 2) - Outsourcing. An outstanding success story

15 May (Part 1) - Council jobs to go. Not Tuckley’s obviously

14 May (Part 3) - Everything is crap to Olly, probably SITE has a missing aitch

14 May (Part 2) - Swings and roundabouts

14 May (Part 1) - Bexleyheath police. Unbelievably incompetent

13 May (Part 2) - Parking. Perils and perks

13 May (Part 1) - Bexley council. Anchors

12 May (Part 2) - They set out to deceive us all, and they very nearly succeeded

12 May (Part 1) - Another Welling corridor

11 May (Part 2) - Configure. Go figure…

11 May (Part 1) - Down. The pub

10 May (Part 3) - Denise Johnson, CPS. Wrong, wrong, wrong

10 May (Part 2) - Pure coincidence

10 May (Part 1) - Court Report

9 May (Part 6) - Welcome to new readers

9 May (Part 5) - Olly Cromwell. Result summary

9 May (Part 4) - Town take over

9 May (Part 3) - Feel the (electromagnetic) force

9 May (Part 2) - Two Faced

9 May (Part 1) - Grossly offensive judgment

8 May - Cabinet cabs

7 May - Bexley. Twinned with Barnet?

6 May - Hoist by their own petards

5 May (Part 2) - Bonkers’ RSS feed

5 May (Part 1) - Hidden in the Accounts

4 May (Part 3) - Councillors should have thicker skins

4 May (Part 2) - The mental torture continues

4 May (Part 1) - Bellegrove Road - close to completion

3 May (Part 3) - Not Strictly Legal

3 May (Part 2) - Review of the papers

3 May (Part 1) - Dirty tricks

2 May (Part 2) - Election day tomorrow

2 May (Part 1) - Imitation is…

1 May (Part 3) - Minor updates

1 May (Part 2) - Please don’t all laugh at once

1 May (Part 1) - Filiblustering

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April 2012

30 April (Part 4) - May Day

30 April (Part 3) - They are all in it together

30 April (Part 2) - Where the money goes

30 April (Part 1) - No Waitrose for Sidcup

29 April - Welcome to Bexley

28 April - Bexley Cabs. What’s going on?

27 April (Part 2) - It’s Penhill Road all over again

27 April (Part 1) - You couldn’t make it up, but they did

26 April (Part 2) - Didn’t they do well?

26 April (Part 1) - Council twit?

25 April (Part 2) - Comments and corrections

25 April (Part 1) - The Taxpayers’ Alliance Rich List - Guess who is near the top

24 April (Part 3) - When is a fraud not a fraud?

24 April (Part 2) - Falling on hard times

24 April (Part 1) - It may not be pretty but does that make it criminal?

23 April (Part 2) - Standards? What standards?

23 April (Part 1) - Taking the pee

22 April (Part 5) - @BexleyisBonkers

22 April (Part 4) - Oh! The irony

22 April (Part 3) - Phone parking; the huge success continues

22 April (Part 2) - Cooking up trouble

22 April (Part 1) - A timeline of recent criminal activities associated with Bexley council

21 April - Bellegrove Road resurfaced

20 April (Part 4) - https://twitter.com/#!/MPSBexley

20 April (Part 3) - Gone but not forgotten

20 April (Part 2) - London Borough of Bexley. Members’ Code of Conduct

20 April (Part 1) - Council meeting Round 2. Seconds out

19 April (Part 4) - A couple of legal links

19 April (Part 3) - The rudest man in Bexley. Prime material for the next joke Mayor?

19 April (Part 2) - Award winning wild life garden. Owner to be prosecuted by Bexley council

19 April (Part 1) - Good game! Good game!

18 April (Part 2) - Wilton Road, Abbey Wood. The place needs a shot in the arm

18 April (Part 1) - Paid too much!

17 April (Part 3) - Correspondence

17 April (Part 2) - The Crown Prosecution Service

17 April (Part 1) - Bexley council is corrupt

16 April (Part 7) - You have to laugh don’t you?

16 April (Part 6) - Bus incident in Abbey Road

16 April (Part 5) - News Shopper report is on line

16 April (Part 4) - Council meeting Wednesday

16 April (Part 3) - Setting the record straight

16 April (Part 2) - Going global

16 April (Part 1) - The Truth. Make up your own mind

15 April (Part 8) - You’ve been Cromwelled

15 April (Part 7) - The Truth must be told

15 April (Part 6) - Menacing

15 April (Part 5) - More about Friday the 13th

15 April (Part 4) - Coded message

15 April (Part 3) - Welling Corridor Photo Diary

15 April (Part 2) - Bexley council - a newcomer’s guide

15 April (Part 1) - Olly Cromwell and Bexley’s corrupt council

14 April (Part 3) - Olly Cromwell. Looking back, looking forward

14 April (Part 2) - Long Lane bus stop

14 April (Part 1) - Relaying good surfaces?

13 April (Part 3) - Olly - An alternative view

13 April (Part 2) - Olly Cromwell’s prosecution - the facts

13 April (Part 1) - It’s official, asking a rhetorical question and including the ‘C’ word is a crime

12 April (Part 3) - Bexley council. How deep does the corruption run?

12 April (Part 2) - Long Lane. Short buses

12 April (Part 1) - Bexley Cabs

11 April (Part 2) - Are they all in it together?

11 April (Part 1) - Public Cabinet

10 April - Not been Ollied yet

7 April (Part 2) - Not an April Fool

7 April (Part 1) - Welling Corridor Photo Diary

6 April (Part 3) - Whatever are they thinking?

6 April (Part 2) - Joined up thinking

6 April (Part 1) - Joined at the hip

5 April - We wish him well…

4 April - A cork might be the answer

3 April (Part 3) - Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible

3 April (Part 2) - Bexley council. Vindictive, spiteful, criminal

3 April (Part 1) - April Fool?

2 April (Part 2) - Another Frizoni Folly

2 April (Part 1) - What Localism Bill?

1 April (Part 2) - Public Realm Committee meeting, 29th March

1 April (Part 1) - Welling Corridor Photo Diary

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March 2012

31 March (Part 2) - Welling Corridor Photo Diary

31 March (Part 1) - Tuckley dissected

30 March (Part 3) - And they say it is not personal

30 March (Part 2) - Bexley Mini Cabs

30 March (Part 1) - Bexley council. Not listening; not wanting to be listened to

29 March (Part 3) - Don’t tell audit - council email

29 March (Part 2) - Time will tell

29 March (Part 1) - Spot the difference

28 March (Part 2) - The victimisation goes on

28 March (Part 1) - Things are getting interesting

27 March (Part 3) - Harassment and Obscenities. The next steps

27 March (Part 2) - Late payers

27 March (Part 1) - Total War on Crime

26 March - An invitation to a meeting

25 March (Part 4) - Private message

25 March (Part 3) - Unexpected visitors

25 March (Part 2) - It’s not about rude words

25 March (Part 1) - Welling Corridor chaos

24 March (Part 3) - Two reminders

24 March (Part 2) - Strange behaviour

24 March (Part 1) - Newsreel

23 March (Part 5) - The weekend arrives early

23 March (Part 4) - Ear we go again

23 March (Part 3) - Four short steps

23 March (Part 2) - And now another one is rattled

23 March (Part 1) - 18 Certificate stuff

22 March (Part 3) - Crime and Disorder at Bexley Civic Centre

22 March (Part 2) - Olly’s trial

22 March (Part 1) - The London Borough of Bexley - Nutsville

21 March (Part 3) - I found DI Keith Marshall

21 March (Part 2) - Petition update

21 March (Part 1) - A big fat fib

20 March (Part 3) - Feedback

20 March (Part 2) - Should I be offended?

20 March (Part 1) - I spy with my little eye; another lie?

19 March (Part 3) - There’s none so blind…

19 March (Part 2) - More waste

19 March (Part 1) - Wanton waste

18 March (Part 3) - What chump buys a house like this? Post him some wits

18 March (Part 2) - Cheats and liars

18 March (Part 1) - Fighting back

17 March (Part 4) - Psst! Wanna really well paid job?

17 March (Part 3) - More mistakes and chaos by Bexley’s renowned road planning department

17 March (Part 2) - Psst! Wanna job?

17 March (Part 1) - Political hypocrisy

16 March (Part 3) - Arthur Daley isn’t dead

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

16 March (Part 1) - ASDA opposition checks out

15 March (Part 5) - Belvedere ASDA approved

15 March (Part 4) - Finance and Corporate Services Scrutiny Committee

15 March (Part 3) - Olly in the News Shopper

15 March (Part 2) - Mail mountain

15 March (Part 1) - The gloves are off

14 March (Part 5) - Olly must have got ’em worried

14 March (Part 4) - Olly is on his way home

14 March (Part 3) - Free the Bexley One

14 March (Part 2) - There is no justice in Bexley - and no commonsense either

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

13 March - Dodgy Dozey Davey

12 March - Will Tuckley. Desperate to have me arrested. Any dishonest trick will do

10 March - Roads open, roads closed

9 March (Part 2) - Olly Cromwell - further developments

9 March (Part 1) - Where did it all go wrong?

8 March (Part 2) - Olly Cromwell - further developments

8 March (Part 1) - We’re all in it together

7 March - Dishonest and vindictive

6 March - More dubious tinkering with the road system

5 March - Newham first, Bromley second

4 March - Unfortunately it isn’t true

3 March - Welling’s crash alley (Week 8)

2 March (Part 2) - The unmentionable blog again

2 March (Part 1) - ‘Inappropriate’ relationships

1 March - Another council meeting

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February 2012

29 February - End of month review

28 February - Petition news

27 February - Teresa O’Neill. Witless trouble maker

26 February (Part 2) - It ASDA be a stitch-up

26 February (Part 1) - Free speech v dishonesty - The trial

25 February - Welling corridor diary (Week 7)

24 February - Harassment and the obscene blog

23 February - Another council pantomime

22 February - Craske has no answers - just more carefully chosen irrelevancies

21 February - What’s Willy up to now?

19 February - Welling corridor diary (Week 6)

18 February - New site menu

17 February - Public Realm Scrutiny Committee

16 February (Part 2) - Which councillors aren’t listening to you?

16 February (Part 1) - Don’t Wyncham, punch ’em

15 February - Subject Access Request

14 February (Part 3) - The Taxpayers’ Alliance has a Valentine’s Day message for Bexley council

14 February (Part 2) - Not only is Bexley’s mobile CCTV uncertificated their penalty notices are iffy too

14 February (Part 1) - What cut justifies a car like this? Send him actual chat

13 February - Is Bexley council breaking EU law too?

12 February - The petition against excessive salaries

11 February - Nothing going on

10 February - Bexley council. Forgive them their trespasses

9 February (Part 2) - The pitchforks and flaming torches must have done their job

9 February (Part 1) - Olly Cromwell’s trial

8 February (Part 3) - Late payers

8 February (Part 2) - Technical stuff

8 February (Part 1) - Welling corridor diary

7 February (Part 2) - Any excuse will do

7 February (Part 1) - No conspiracy, just a cock-up

3 February - A quiet day

2 February - The Harassment Letter. A catalogue of police failure

1 February (Part 3) - The petition - Strangled at birth

1 February (Part 2) - Asleep on the job

1 February (Part 1) - Bellegrove Road, the inevitable result

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January 2012

31 January (Part 2) - Cabinet capers

31 January (Part 1) - Bexley council - In trouble with the Information Commissioner again

30 January - Still in the dark about The Black Horse

29 January - Phone parking scrapped?

28 January (Part 3) - Localism. They are having a laugh

28 January (Part 2) - Weird Google search terms for Bonkers

28 January (Part 1) - The new narrower Bellegrove Road

27 January - Everyone is welcome - including Will Tuckley

26 January (Part 3) - Petition against excessive salaries

26 January (Part 2) - Bexley council - Uniquely bad

26 January (Part 1) - What Katie did next

25 January - Tesco is cheaper

24 January - Boris halts progress

23 January (Part 2) - Blog off

23 January (Part 1) - Subject Access Request

21 January (Part 3) - Ban man. Town clown

21 January (Part 2) - Petition against excessive salaries

21 January (Part 1) - Bellegrove Road. Before and after

20 January - A culture of secrecy

19 January - Council leader Teresa O’Neill has rejected the Petition. What next?

18 January - Bexley council’s Green agenda

17 January - Bexley council sounds the retreat

16 January (Part 3) - What’s so funny Teresa?

16 January (Part 2) - The Rottenest of Boroughs

16 January (Part 1) - Welling Corridor Photo Diary (Week 2)

15 January - The other Teresa

14 January (Part 2) - Where’s DI Keith Marshall?

14 January (Part 1) - Bexley’s bonkers ban

13 January - Never doing the right thing

12 January (Part 2) - Police corruption

12 January (Part 1) - Catching up with the news

11 January (Part 3) - Stringer in a tangle

11 January (Part 2) - Two down, one to go

11 January (Part 1) - He would say that wouldn’t he?

10 January - Without lawful reason

9 January (Part 2) - Vindictive now. Vindictive then?

9 January (Part 1) - It’s official. Bexley council is desperately trying to hide its criminals

8 January - Joined up thinking

7 January - Wild or derelict?

6 January (Part 2) - Digital dimwits

6 January (Part 1) - The Information Commissioner gets tough

5 January - Thesaurus : Interview - Meeting (noun). Talk to (Verb)

4 January (Part 3) - Bloggers in the News Shopper

4 January (Part 2) - No contest. No accountability

4 January (Part 1) - How many crooks does it take to make a council?

3 January (Part 3) - Back to work…

3 January (Part 2) - Abbey Road, Belvedere

3 January (Part 1) - WANTED!

2 January (Part 2) - Another magic half million saved

2 January (Part 1) - In the dark at The Black Horse

1 January (Part 2) - Happy holidays?

1 January (Part 1) - Traffic chaos

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