Saturday, 2 January 2010

little dog face

was the Reading nickname, suitably Brechtian I thought, for someone called Ann Morgan, who is now, it appears, horribly, Stakeholder Manager for the Carbon Trust. And you wonder why you have never heard of the Carbon Trust? You probably never will again. She cites her only job prior to that role as Constituency Manager for Martin Salter MP, a post she held for some six years with no noticeable efficiency or flair. It was her only job, as she was, even more horribly, the squeeze of Cllr Jon Fatboy Hartley for some time, and a such had no housing or living costs, as he lives on rental income from property donated by parents. Very socialist, eh, Cllr Rachman?

11 comments:

theflashingblade said...

I hear Anne may not be her name and that the correct literary inspiration might be closer to Rostand? (http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edmond_Rostand)

jane said...

well it did appear on a link to a site called "Looking for Roxanne Morgan' which is a porn site so far as I can tell. and came through to me on a Google alert for Mr Salter. You got to wonder... if my real name was Roxanne I would change it too...

jane said...

oh and if anyone would like to send me a picture of Little Dog Face to upload I would be delighted

howard thomas said...

Ah yes!....the Carbon trust.....that waste of space ,ever growing government quango that spends £93 million each year , whose employees have an average salary of £75,000.
The Carbon Trust who are intending to set up outposts in the USA and China (perhaps so we can educate these people on their sins as part of GB's plan to save the world).
Perhaps if Cameron has the balls, and the matches, to light his 'bonfire of quangos' , then perhaps he might start with this one , 'Little Dog Face' and all!

Green Goddess said...

Actually, I have heard of the Carbon Trust.
Indeed, I applied for a senior post with it - and didn't even merit an initial interview.

How does clearing up after Salter and dating a fat man give this woman any environmental qualifications whatsoever?
Its not what you know but who you screw etc etc etc ad nauseum est.

Anonymous said...

Don't let your imagination run away with you. Roxanne Morgan is a pen-name used by the author Mary Gentle for her erotic novels. Titles include "Who Dares, Sins". Look in Wikipedia.

Anonymous said...

Your attempts to get attention grow more desperate by the day. Your every posting confirms the sense of the local labour party to deselect you.

Seek help, please, I'm begging you.

jane said...

anonymous 1348 = I very rarely look in Wikipedia, on account of the fact that it is largely bollocks. As I am sure you know. But thanks for the info about Mary Gentle, whose works I may consult (is she really a man? They often are)

Anonymous 1620, thank you for being one of my more assiduous readers, you are in excellent company.

Anonymous said...

I always find it interesting how quickly (for a self-styled feminist) you are willing to viciously excoriate any member of the sisterhood with so much as a passing connection to Martin Salter. As you barely know her name I wonder how it is that you feel qualified to pass judgement on this woman's professional qualifications, physical appearance and love-life? A little bit of the green-eyed monster perhaps that another woman has made a success out of their work in Reading unlike yourself?

Oh, and here's a pic of Ann you can upload if you like:
http://www.thecontrarianmedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/douche_bag1.jpg

jane said...

(sigh) if publishing a photo of Ms Morgan counts as "viciously excoriating" her then that is a matter of your judgment, Anonymous. Her professional qualifications had no comment from me as I have no idea what if any they are. Her CV, which is on public record as including only her six years as presider over the constituency office of Mr Salter, I do describe as unimpressive, given that office's woefully inadequate response rate to attempted communications with Mr Salter, and the fact that the office does not allow members of the public to telephone it and communicate with a non-mechanical voice. As to her personal life, of this I know nothing since her apparent split from Idle Cllr Fatboy. Thanks though for being one of my most assiduous readers.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 4 Jan

Perhaps if you kept up your flabber might be less often gasted. If feminist solidarity meant supporting other women regardless then the other members of the 'sisterhood' (you have to question the values of someone who uses that term at all) would have stood up for Reading's first woman MP when attacked by the boys in Reading rather than allowing themselves to be corralled into signing a letter as women, attacking Reading's woman MP. It seems to me the people who put themselves above solidarity with a comrade get the boot put in here, as they should, regardless of gender. Or would you have special treatment for people because of their gender?