Revisiting from the realm of the undead, an old and dirty tactic. When an unpopular right-wing government, having made significant losses at local level wants to distance themselves from the cuts and mire their opponents with the fallout, they hand budgetary responsibility to local government.
And true to form, the left turn on each other in a frenzy, while the Tories sit back, open their popcorn, place their bets and laugh at the spectacle.
Brothers and Sister, Comrades, Friends and Colleagues: focus your anger and commitment where it belongs. Albert Bore is not the author of this, Cameron, Clegg, Pickles, Osborne and the rest of the ConDem wrecking crew are.
Protest the Tory Cuts, not our Council.
Speaking on BBC Radio West Midlands this morning, Albert Bore, leader of the Labour Party Group, said this was due to further cuts in grants being made by Eric Pickles, the local government secretary and because previous cuts hadn’t delivered the anticipated savings. He said this signalled “the beginning of the end of local government as we know it”.
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