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Wednesday, 19 June 2019

A FLATTERED OLD DAME!

"Hornets Nest is a fantastic initiative, and it would be wonderful to see similar initiatives rolled out country-wide. Right now, nobody oversees council behaviour, and council officers are not accountable to anybody. 
The Ombudsman is run by former council workers, and the Standards Board which was supposed to oversee council conduct was abolished in 2012. 
Private Eye's Rotten Boroughs column highlights some of the most egregious behaviour nationwide, but a Hornets Nest equivalent in every borough would be a great asset in this current vacuum of council accountability in which council officers (and many councillors) do as they please with impunity."

Monday, 17 June 2019

THE HORNET HITS 5000: THE DAME IS A MEDIA STAR!

A RECORD 5000 UNIQUE DAILY VIEWS
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Sunday, 16 June 2019

ROTTEN STANDARDS

Totally corroded with rust
This sight should stimulate our CEO, Barry Quirk, into asking some hard-hitting questions. Relatively new, these lamp standards cost taxpayers a small fortune and there must be hundreds around the Royal Borough. 
This lamp in Knightsbridge has its base totally corroded with rust. It could have killed or seriously injured a passer-by when it fell.  This now means each and every lamp needs to be examined. Who will pay for this exercise? The poor bloody taxpayer, of course!
Who commissioned this tat?
Resting 

THE HORNET HITS A DAILY 1300 UNIQUE PAGE VIEWS TWO DAYS RUNNING!

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Friday, 14 June 2019

A DESERT FOOL IN KNIGHTSBRIDGE

Here's one example of a Middle Eastern driver going out of his way to create massive amounts of noise as he tears around the streets of Knightsbridge.
It's clear he derives considerable enjoyment from the racket he creates.

MASSIVE DECIBEL OUTPUT
REG: P10 JVC


Residents have been asked to report noisy/speeding supercars....but is there a point?

Thursday, 13 June 2019

TEARS BEFORE BEDTIME WITH BOORISH BORIS

The Dame has never made fun of Daniel Moylan's working-class background. 
She may have laughed at his cut-glass accent but that was the limit.
The Dame believes that everybody should have the same opportunities.
Moylan's late father and mother did the most extraordinary job making sure that their son's undoubted intellectual capabilities were properly nurtured.
The only pity is that Daniel 'can't take oats' and finds it difficult carrying people with him. 

This takes the Dame onto 'Boorish' Boris Johnson- a silly and overrated man and no gentleman-despite his attempts to play the eccentric upper-class Englishman: difficult as he's full-blooded Turkish.



At Daniel Moylan's 60th birthday party Johnson made a clumsy speech referring to Boris Buses and alluding to the fact that Daniel's father was a bus driver....how unutterably vulgar on the part of Johnson.

Moylan's father was clearly quite special to have made the sacrifices he did to ensure the very best for his son.

The Dame fears it will be 'tears before bedtime' with the untrustworthy and unpleasant boor, Johnson in power.






MOYLAN JOB HUNTING

It didn't take long for Daniel Moylan to get his hooks into poor old Boris.
The Times has a picture of Moylan squeezing himself into a Johnson family picture.
GHOST AT THE FEAST **
Boris called up the Dame moaning that Danny says he is 'owed one' for all his help at City Hall.
Boris says he doesn't quite see it like that and he paid him back by giving him juicy sinecures-all of which he managed to screw up royally.

The Dame has advised Boris to block Danny's nuisance calls.

** for the benefit of dimwits like Cllr Palmer 
From Macbeth: "a person or thing that brings gloom to an otherwise pleasant occasion."

SUTTON ESTATE'S UNSUNG HERO'S

Jane


Brian









Crucial to saving Sutton Estate from the ravening property developers posing as a charity was Jane Solomon, Richard Burgess and the vicar of St. Luke's, Brian Leathard

It was they who initiated the petition to include Sutton Estate within the Chelsea Conservation Area. 
Its inclusion was something the Council should have done yet never did.
There were many others involved but these were the prime movers.