Friday, 23 April 2010

those desperate men

Roger Sym though is a decent bloke as I recall - the EC of Reading and District Labour Party is a poisonous nest of vipers.  It meets in the Civic Offices at public expense.  thanks Was for getting hold of this missive, keep 'em coming.

From: Roger Sym []

Sent: 02 April 2010 14:15

To: Roger Sym private

Subject: Actions from the EC Meeting on 1st April 2010

Dear EC Member

a) Election Base at 128 Oxford Road: People are needed to man it all day every day. Contact Harry Gregson on 07 521 210 155.

b) Reading Manifesto: The final version will be prepared by Trish Thomas, Ben Zielinski, Andrew Dunn and Pete Ruhemann, then announced in a Press Release.

c) Robert Owen has been able to submit Nomination Papers for nine wards so far.

d) Pete Ruhemann is producing the next Reading Banner to go to the Borough Wards.

e) Members are urged to keep writing letters to the press.

f) Ben Zielinski will continue to negotiate for the use of the Unison franking machine.

g) If the General Election is announced on Tuesday,

- members are asked to go to 128 Oxford Road on Tuesday and Wednesday to help with the first 48-hour campaign.

- there will be a demonstration of support for Naz and Anneliese around 5-6pm in Reading Town Centre (details to be announced).


Anonymous said...

The room hire is paid for and has been for many years. Yet another fact that interferes with your prejudices.

jane said...

on the contrary, the room is booked by a councillor (who have the right to do this) and outside election time a retrospective invoice is produced if any questions are asked - as any fule kno.

Not A Fule said...

Wrong. It is been paid for for at least the last 7 years. What you did for Abbey Ward meetings in the 90's is ancient history.

jane said...

you certainly did get caught out in 2002 and I saw the retrospective invoice - which is fraudulent. When I booked the rooms for Abbey ward meetings, which I did not do that often, I paid for them from my own pocket. Because I didn't issue a press release to the Evening Post doesn't mean it didn't happen.