Daily Mail, The Sunday Politics Show. Where next? How about Private Eye? (See image.)
Teresa O’Neill’s thoroughly dishonest ruling that anyone can take a photo at a council meeting with permission - but permission must on no account be granted - is exactly what electors have come to expect of her council. Lies, more lies, and the occasional bit of blatant law breaking thrown in.
What is needed at a Bexley council meeting is for some stranger to walk in. Stand in front of the assembled members, take a picture and walk out again. There is not a thing they could do about it, especially if the photographer doesn’t mind getting banned from future meetings.
And how would they do that? Put mug shots in the foyer?