Thursday, 20 October 2011
Monday, 10 October 2011
Tuesday, 29 March 2011
"Surely nobody on a public demonstration needs to wear a mask"
Well, unaccustomed as I am to agreeing with the green-skinnned member for Barnet and Camden, I have to say that on this occasion I think he's hit the nail squarely on the head. Let's make it a criminal offence as soon as possible and let them feel the full force of the law. And let's start by making an example of these louts who started the trend:
Tuesday, 22 February 2011
May I take this opportunity to remind him of his dear, close colleague: Brian 'Mr Toad' Coleman's comments on such a tactic:
"On the general subject of petitions Politicians of all Parties will tell you they usually ignore petitions, as it is not unusual to have people sign petitions for and against a particular proposal!"
Tuesday, 15 February 2011
Hmmm, you don't suppose that the organising committe remember this charming anti-Olympic rant by your close colleague, Brian 'Mr Toad' Coleman do you? Click here for bigger and readable.
I suppose its safe to assume then, that Mr Toad will not be competing in the high jump. Shame. If there was a freeloading contest on the other hand....
Tip of the hat to the Boriswatch blog for scanning and uploading the full article.
Monday, 7 February 2011
Keen toad-watchers will already be aware that the full-bellied, green-skinned councillor plans to axe lollipop crossing patrols for Barnet's children.
So this got me reaching for my righteous calculator of justice and my back-of-a-fag-packet of truth. Hypothetically speaking, just how many school crossing patrols could be paid for with the money Coleman squandered on personal face-stuffing?*
If we assume that Barnet's lollipop-bearers are on the minimum wage of £5.93 per hour (this is 'EasyCouncil' Barnet we're talking about remember), and if we assume that they work for 1.5 hours a day, we can calculate that they cost a total of £8.90 each day. If we then divide the cost of Coleman's 'free' lunch by the daily cost of a lollipop patrol person we can see that Coleman's lunch excesses would pay for 262 days of lollipoop patrol. Given that they only work in term time, say 200 days per year - that's more than an entire annual post - which Coleman intends to axe - in the name of austerity of course.
*I am aware that the different budget lines makes this an impossibility
Thursday, 2 December 2010
"I have recently witnessed Mr Toad's bad behaviour at a meeting. He was reading other unrelated paperwork and playing with his mobiles. Then he chirped up with comments totally unrelated to the topic.
When I commented to a council official that he was very badly behaved ...they said that that is how he aways behaves.
I am a loyal Tory but this man is an embarrassment."
This was a comment left yesterday on the 'Brian Coleman (aka Mr Toad) has got to go' Facebook group page.