I did warn him. But this group was very important to Mr Salter's work as the MP for
Mr S is back in Reading by the way. Last time he appeared, briefly, HMV declined to report the matter when I informed them of it. Will they now? His camper van is parked anew at Gratwicke Road Tilehurst. He has a lucrative contract in Australia, which he will apparently fulfil at a distance, as you can read here. Well, he is used to remote working. He did his parliamentary work at a distance, often citing "speaking engagements" around the country as the reason for not voting on important matters. When it came to the Iraq war he just lied, and said he had voted against the Government motion, when in fact he had done the whips' bidding and abstained. He did his constituency work at a distance, spending his time in Reading East and using the megaphone of the Reading Evening Post to communicate with his constituents in Reading West. His Reading West election campaigns were funded and operated by the machinery of Reading Borough Council. At your expense, people of the Ding. Anyway, he is back to pursue his new political ambitions, the lucrative post as chief executive of a national charity he informed us in 2009 was coming his way having failed to materialise.
Coming soon, to a His Master's Voice headline near you.