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Sunday, 29 October 2017


The Dame hears that Sir Pooter Cockell is enraged. The Dame, being a kindly old thing, put in a call to Pooter Hall to see what the fuss was all about.

It seems Pooter is deeply jealous that Sir Simon Milton has managed to get two statues of himself erected; a bust in a Picaddilly street and a square in Victoria named after him.
What the hell is going on?

So, why should Westminster residents be forced to be reminded of this minor local politician at every turn?
Maybe, his partner and fellow WCC bigwig, Robert Davies, can explain?
To put things into context....there are only two statues of politicians in London....Churchill and Cromwell, the Lord Protector. 
So why Milton? It's not like he's a poet or anything!
On the other hand, there is a great deal of gossip that Sir Simon was not averse to being 'looked after' by super rich developers.
Milton in Paddington Basin
One hopes to hear the ghastly little Robert Davies spring to his defend his boyfriend's honour.

Milton in the City!
And another bloody bust in Piccadilly! 


  1. Extraordinary! Taken with the Dame's other story about the Milton Foundation it seems that the Royal Borough residents be forced to have Milton statues everywhere. Say NO to any merger.

  2. Cllr Daniel Moylan29 October 2017 at 12:01

    I have often wondered why no one has suggested a certain architectural expert not be captured in bronze. Perhaps a public subscription and emplacement in the public realm....?

  3. Sir Merrick Cockell29 October 2017 at 12:22

    Moylan, no one knows who on earth you are. You are a puffed up nobody.

  4. Ex Mayor and Cllr, Barry Phelps29 October 2017 at 12:23

    Zip it up you two....

  5. Moylan loves to snog Robert Davies, the ex boyfriend of Milton. At the opening of Moylan's Asian themed Exhibition Road there were elephants and a full on French kiss for Davies, which they both seemed to be enjoying. No accounting for taste and a variation on Bangkok stimuli.

    Davies also likes Ferraris.

  6. Did he leave a legacy?

    1. Presumably his money went to his Civil Partner, Mr Davies

  7. Westminster joins Kensington & Chelsea in backing merger of legal team with LGSS Law


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