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Tuesday, 30 April 2013

THEN THERE WERE THREE

Sadly the Two Tims will announce later today they have dropped out of the leadership battle.
Councillors in coming to a decision should have this in the forefront of their minds......
You will soon be looking for a highly qualified Chief Executive. Any Chief Executive from another council, worth his salt, will have extreme nervousness working under Feilding-Mellen-someone quite untried and tested and Daniel Moylan-a man with a reputation for needlessly bullying officers and being very difficult to work with.

The fate of the Royal Borough is now in hands of councillors....they have to make the right choice.....


'LORD' ROCKY FEILDING-MELLEN












DANNY 'BOYS' MOYLAN









NICK PAGET-BROWN


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  1. IT HAS TO BE PAGET-BROWN!

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  2. he looks like a boiled egg

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    1. Moylan - the face behind Darth Vader

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  3. And Danny Boys looks indescribable...quite the debauchee!

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  4. OMG - it has got to be Nick, or else we are all doomed.

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  5. looks like Moylan is outmaneuvering the others - again

    http://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/boris-johnsons-aviation-aide-daniel-moylan-aims-for-top-job-at-kensingtonchelsea-8597287.html?origin=internalSearch

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  6. Interesting but surprising line up. The dim Tims may not be so dim after all. Playing the long game and waiting for the next election. Which could be soon.

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  7. Paget-Brown has it in the bag. Overwhelming negative vote to eliminate Moylan and Fielding-Mellen. But a grey man with grey policies and grey appeal. Holland Park Opera guaranteed a lease of life and fudge, fudge, fudge everywhere else. How sad for K&C that we have missed the chance for a break with the past and a new start for a common sense future. (Mills or Borwick).

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    1. For the next three weeks Paget-Brown will wield great power. Promising Cabinet posts and Committee Chairmanships to the doubters and swing voters. The lowest common denominator. All part of the Cockell heritage. Pooter has much to answer for

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    2. You cynical twat

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  8. So - Rocky is really having a "crack" at it!

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    1. What has crack to do with rock

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  9. Nothing like an election to weed out the men of straw. Tim C and Tim A obviously did not have the stomach for a fight. And they are both terrified of the Dame's scrutiny. So they are slinking off to the back benches to nurse their pride. Gives Moylan, Mellen and Brown a free hand to ignore them for higher office. Two busted flushes

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    1. You are wrong. The two Tims are already full of regrets and self loathing. But they are chickens (not your sort Paddy)

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    2. Follower of Phelps30 April 2013 at 20:59

      Wash out your mouth...

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  10. For the record, disgraced ex Cllr Phelps loathes Cllr Moylan

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  11. Fly On The Wall30 April 2013 at 21:02

    Cllr Holt was in fine form and full of Leadership gossip at the Kensington Society dinner this week. One wonders who the octogenarian supports?

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  12. A very strange proposer seconder combo for Moylan makes him the outsider.... He wins and a large number of activists will stop working... I hope Cllr Weatherhead is getting her hiking boots out to deliver all the In Touches that will pile up in the Association Office undelivered....

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