DON’T BOTHER VOTING SAYS MARV!

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Another week, another daffy policy from Labour’s Martin “Luther” Rees, the man who LOST the last mayoral election for a reason.

BRISTOL SHOULDN’T BE RUN FROM THE COUNCIL CHAMBER,” boomed a headline on Luther Rees’ website last month before it was rather hastily removed a few hours later.

Perhaps after it was pointed out to Marv and his hapless trade union communications gurus that they’d effectively instructed Bristolians NOT TO BOTHER VOTING for councillors in local elections as they would no longer be running the city as they’ve been traditionally elected to do.

With a brand new headline in place –  “Mayor is about the city not just the city council” – the SOCIALLY CONSERVATIVE CHRISTIAN explained he would open a “city office” to run the city instead of relying on old fashioned councillors directly accountable to the electorate.

“The City Office, he breathlessly explained, “would be a real city team made up of representatives from every major sector in the city, including politics, health, local government, business, unions, education, criminal justice, and the community, voluntary and faith sectors.”

In other words Marvin intends to ignore elected councillors and invite a load of UNELECTED AND UNACCOUNTABLE bureaucrats and businessmen to run our city. Many of whom, no doubt, will turn out, entirely coincidentally, to be close personal associates of Labour Party luvvie and public sector equalities middle manager, Luther Rees!

What a fabulous idea. Cut out the middleman altogether and just give all the LOBBYISTS and VESTED INTERESTS after our public money an office at the Counts Louse and let them run the bloody show and dish the money out to themselves!

This will end well won’t it?

1 thought on “DON’T BOTHER VOTING SAYS MARV!

  1. Reezy Creezy

    This is a f-cking disaster. While the man may be hobnobbing with Corbyn he still strikes me as essentially a Blairite meddler. An unelected office run by ‘unions’, ‘business’ and the ‘faith’ sectors? It was bad enough with the Merchant Venturers pulling the strings. What have we let ourselves in for?

    More depressing still is the fact that he appears to have been elected on the basis of a brave plan to, uh, ‘review’ RPZs (which work pretty well) and to scrap 20mph limits (based on a campaign whipped up by a handful of swivel-eyed Clifton nutjobs).

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