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DISPENSING WITH JUSTICE

Those with a taste for farce are recommended to view the Sandwell Council Standards Committee hearing held on 1st December.

This was the latest effort of the ruling Eling junta to vilify Cllr. Ian Jones.

THE MAYOR AND THE METRO

The daily commute to work brings home to many the effects of our overloaded local roads. The working day is extended by traffic congestion delays Sitting in jams or a crawl from tailback to hold-up, does nothing to improve life’s quality.

MARSHALLGATE; HE'S BEHIND YOU!

In pantomime it’s usually the villain who’s “behind you”. There is strong evidence that behind Marshall, in his dealings with Julian Saunders, lurked Cllr. Steve Eling, Labour leader of Sandwell Council.

MARSHALLGATE; A CONSPIRACY TO DESTROY

Marshall’s motive in engaging with Julian Saunders emerges clearly in their dialogue. Under cover of the Eling swamp draining agenda, Marshall, providing little or no evidence in support, makes serious allegations against a number of his fellow Labour councillors.

MARSHALLGATE; AXE MAN AND STOOL PIGEON

Ploughing through the pages of the Whatsapp exchanges between Cllr. Richard Marshall and Julian Saunders is revealing and disturbing. The sheer unpleasantness of some content shames both. Something Mr. Saunders now seems to acknowledge, while Marshall remains in denial.

MARSHALLGATE; TRUE OR FALSE?

Hard upon Cllr Richard Marshall’s stepping aside from his council cabinet post as head of Leisure in Sandwell, his one time correspondent and bezzy mate, Julian Saunders, aka the Sandwell Skidder, has posted an interesting blog.

A BUSTED FLUSH

An interesting development in the bog-gate saga.

A planning application has now been submitted to demolish the redundant public lavatories in the Shambles in Wednesbury and build two retail outlets at street level with flats above on first and second floor levels.

CHAMPIONS OF THE OPPRESSED?

When a West Bromwich West constituency Labour party, (CLP) meeting recently proposed an investigation into the activities of Cllr. Richard Marshall there were some significant abstainers.