Thursday, 1 March 2012


from Hansard, Jim Fitzpatrick MP speaking:

I must also pay tribute and give credit to Thames Water. That will not go down well in the constituency because it is still regarded pretty much as the enemy, but to its credit, it has engaged with us, understood and several times changed its plans for King Edward memorial park. Mr Phil Stride and his team deserve credit for that. Some months ago, Thames Water also engaged as a consultant our former colleague, Mr Martin Salter, the former Reading MP. That has helped the consultation process with local residents.

Just saying.  I think Mr S should sue...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why Reading MP? There are two constituencies. And in what capacity was he a consultant?