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THE FRIT AND THE FRIGHTFUL

Among the explanations and analysis of Tom Watson’s retreat the most likely reason that Watson was wetting his pants at the prospect of losing his West Bromwich East seat seems to have been ignored.

NOT MUCH COP

Labour West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, David Jamieson’s first couple of years in office, when he appeared to be enjoying a Rip Van Winkle type repose, may be seen as the golden age of his tenure.

Sandwell Socialists Destroy the Environment Again

Eternal vigilance is needed to prevent socialist scheming and nowhere more than in the one party state that is Sandwell. The Socialist mind set is an arrogant belief that it knows what is best for people and a contempt for any popular contrary views.

WHAT POLITICS SHOULD BE ABOUT

A book titled “Women in Labour” might contain political biographies or relate to child birth. Only an examination of its contents will determine which. The same detailed scrutiny is required of street beggars and the homeless.

MR. SNOWFLAKE'S MELT DOWN

Don’t be surprised if Knights of Wednesbury, successor to Wednesbury Celebrates and entertainment arm of the Wednesbury North Labour party, advertises that Sandwell’s newest blues whinger is to perform at the Wednesbury town hall. This latest sensation “Mr.

Sandwell Campaigners clean up Charlemont Road

Local Sandwell campaigners have taken part in a "Street Clean Weekend", organised by Andy Street, Mayor of the West Midlands. Charlemont Road was chosen was the chosen area for the litter pick due to massive issues with littering and fly-tipping on this road due its secluded location.

GOING UNDERCOVER OR LIFTING THE LID?

Recently, an intriguing front page article appeared in the Express and Star entitled “Probe to Uncover Failings”, written by Peter Madeley who often acts as the hermes (messenger not Paris designer) of Sandwell council.

PRISON SHOULD PUNISH

Daz having scored drugs in the “Old Lag at Rest” shambled to the “Pig and Whistle” where he necked his sixth pint of the day and took to musing. Did he really muse upon “austerity”, how his local Labour council had so much less money to waste and had to reduce overmanning?

RESOLVE MUST MATCH RESOURCES

The new government’s plan to recruit an extra 20,000 police officers deserves applause. So far that approval has been lacking from the miserable Corbynistas and those whose answer to criminality is ineffective psychobabble.