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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.

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY FEUDING

Hammersons, a footsie 100 company, owner of Birmingham’s Grand Central development is also owner of a slice of land near Sandwell and Dudley station, slap bang between the town centres of Oldbury and West Bromwich.

NOT SO MERRY GO ROUND

Whatever trust and confidence Sandwell electors placed in their Labour councillors is not shared by the Labour party nationally.

FOR ENGLAND AND ST GEORGE

Today is St George’s day and our patron saint and Englishness will be celebrated in West Bromwich with an annual parade on Sunday 28th April. For a time, it looked as if the parade would not take place. The organisers claim that the council was imposing impossible costs.

GUARDING AGAINST "THE GUARDIAN"

We’ve had an e-mail from the “Grauniad”.

Ever vigilant to enforce political correctness and to assist the left wing thought mafia to combat opinions which do not treat any anti-social minority as a protected species, that campaigning newspaper has woken up to 2 blogs on our website.

WATSON DISCOVERS A PLOT

Perhaps as a result of a visit to Sandwell and his West Bromwich East constituency, Tom Watson MP has discovered a plot and, surprisingly, not one of his making.

RED MENACE TO GREEN SPACES

Sandwell’s socialist council is proving yet again its lack of real concern for the environment.

Yet people power deployed against the council’s plans to destroy valuable green space in Sandwell can be successful.

GETTING S... OFF A SHOE

It’s nasty to tread in something. It’s even more revolting to have to get it off the shoe. This problem has recently confronted the Labour party nationally and locally.