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East Sussex County Council has saved their residents thousands of pounds and kept its pavements clear. The ban on weedkiller in Brighton and Hove has been an expensive failure.
They promote critical race theory in schools and indulge in virtue signalling. But all their councillors are white.
A shift towards four-party politics in England is likely to continue. But in an incremental rather than dramatic manner.
The Greens in Brighton wants to impose their thinking. But try telling the parents in my ward of Patcham & Hollingbury that they have “white privilege”.
Zahawi must act to prevent “ideological race materials” being rolled out in schools by left-wing councils and others.
It may be the season of goodwill but many councils deserve a lump of coal after their misuse of public money.
Plus: Winchester’s woeful welcome. Test Valley Borough Council in Hampshire has managed to cut its stationery costs by £55,000.
Instead of flying off to climate change conferences, the council leader should sort out the poor results on recycling.
As with other metrics, such as recycling rates and performance on climate change, the Council is lagging behind.
As the MP for Hove, he championed changes to squatting legislation which still stand today.
Plus: White elephants in Brighton – and Nottingham’s inept venture into the energy market.
If health and social care services can be brought together in Wigan, why not in Brighton and Hove?
The former show definitively why it is so important that Benfield Valley continues to exist as a green wedge in the city.
By uniting behind Johnson’s plan, and replicating the approach of these two mayors, the the environment can become a winning issue for the party.