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Sunday, 25 February 2018

MOYLAN CHANGES HIS MIND?



The Dame's genuine Louis Quinze telephone has been tinkling away with news of Cllr Moylan's change of heart. Daniel has decided that he will stand again. His reasoning is that the new intake of Conservative councillors will be so callow, inexperienced and malleable that they will rush to elect him leader. 

He thinks that being leader will add lustre to his new job as chairman of a major educational chain...oh, and the additional £70,000 a year won't come amiss.

11 comments:

  1. So the new job was a myth! As we always thought.

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  2. No, the new job is not a myth. DM thinks he can do the two

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  3. Leader of the opposition eh?

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  4. This is very bad news, if true. Moylan encapsulates all that is wrong with RBKC and needs to go. Just look at his Gifts and Hospitality record. The wounds in North Kensington will not heal with this monster still hanging around.

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  5. MOYLAN CHANGES HIS DELUDED MIND? should be the tile of this segment.

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  6. Supporter of Moylan26 February 2018 at 12:10

    Determination is what works in politics

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    1. I don't wish to be unkind but your chum has been hanging around the fringes of local government for decades without getting very far. Perhaps you mean determination to fail?

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  7. ' You just can't get the staff ' !

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  8. He is off to the Lords

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  9. Good idea. Part of the Royal Borough of Grenfell. Would fit in well.

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