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