8 December (Part 2) - Open and transparent? I don’t think so
14 December - Bexley and Tower Hamlets. Contrast and compare
19 December (Part 1) - Who has been a naughty boy or girl?
23 December (Part 3) - Councillor Maxine Fothergill. Bringing ill repute
30 December - Perceived to be nest feathering. Bring down the shutters quick
4 January - Maximising personal gain
6 January - Business interests
8 January (Part 2) - When is a crime not a crime? When a councillor’s guilty
11 January - A transparency request. Naive or not? Time will tell
12 January (Part 1) - They will not know
13 January (Part 2) - The more one hears the worse it looks
15 January (Part 4) - Very fishy
16 January (Part 1) - Web Wars
16 January (Part 5) - Hiding their identities
18 January - Dodging the question, but was it dodgy dealing?
20 January (Part 1) - Someone must know and could help secure justice
22 January (Part 1) - The power of the internet
26 January - Maxine Fothergill
27 January (Part 1) - Where the other half lives
27 January (Part 3) - How the other half spends
28 January (Part 3) - Where’s the crime?
28 January (Part 4) - I’m reviewing the situation
29 January (Part 3) - We’re saying nothing and we don’t like residents nosing into Council business
29 January (Part 4) - A stroke of luck
1 February (Part 1) - Where is she now?
4 February - More money
6 February (Part 2) - Ignorance is bliss
7 February (Part 1) - Chairman Cheryl can’t confirm comments. Complaint composed
7 February (Part 4) - Cheque checked
9 February - Bexley Council. Perceived to be self-serving liars
11 February (Part 1) - Curiouser and curiouser
12 February (Part 2) - Not held, held but exempt. It all gets too confusing
13 February (Part 2) - Not another complaint!
18 February (Part 2) - Councillor Fothergill. A step too far
8 March - Choose the simple option. Assume it’s a lie, it usually is
1 April (Part 1) - They are Judge and Jury when dealing with the public
24 May (Part 1) - Another long winded quest for the truth
25 May (Part 3) - Murky goings on in Bexley. Who wrote what?
27 July - They make up their own rules and then ignore them when it suits
12 August - Another collection of oddments
13 September (Part 3) - See you in Court
17 September - Maxine Fothergill is innocent, OK?