Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Putting Politics To One Side

Most blog readers are now well aware that I am standing as a Worcester Park Candidate for the Conservatives in the Council elections next Thursday. However while standing for one of the parties, I have also tried to keep this blog as a reasonably impartial commentary of what's going on. So much so that (being a blog tradition and all) I have invited all parties to submit promotional material to post here so readers could gain a wider understanding of what was being offered by all parties.

Even so, there have still been a small number of people who have complained that I have not been open enough about my political position and even suggested I must make it clear on the blog header that I am a political candidate. So I have decided to do just that. You will note the new blog header, which will be up until the election is finished making it quite clear that I am a political candidate. I have also written a separate section about this, thereby leaving the main part of the blog to continue as as it always has.




Promoted by Ranulph Murray, on behalf of Sutton Borough Conservatives Federation, both of 2a Sutton Court Road, Sutton, SM1 4SY

5 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

Bring back The WP Blog said...

Dear David Cameron, could you ask your candidates to give the people of Worcester Park their blog back please?

People's Front of Judea said...

What have the Romans ever done for us?

Laura said...

Some interesting political fly posting tonight in North Cheam.
Makes me proud to be both pro Europe and dysfunctional.
Bad form. This is not political debate. Makes me all the happier to have this blog in place as a means of discussion.

Guest said...

How very kind and thoughtful of the (apparently completely uneducated and thoughtless) source of the unofficial poster to avoid infringing upon the space of the Lib Dem Council's official posters. Funny that.

Laura, very few of us were born yesterday. Are the pro-Europeans really so desperate and frightened by the surge of UKIP as to resort to this?

laura said...

Well here's the problem, and why some people don't fully value communications as a profession...
I read this as a completely anti liberal, sarcastic, pro-UKIP values stance. Either way, bad message, terrible execution.

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