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Wednesday, 9 May 2012
here is what the Reading Chronicle had to say about it (so it must be true). It's clear that Gareth Epps. former councillor and leader of the Reading LibDem group, had a go at Reading Labour when the Church ward result was announced, referring no doubt to the disgraceful desperate racist dog-whistle leaflet - the response by Wee Georgie Loughlin was physical violence. In character. For Georgie. Gareth Epps made his view - disgust - at that leaflet public before election night. Rightly in my view. The response, according to the Chronicle, of senior LibDems was to distance themselves from Gareth Epps. Shame on them. Because if that is what he said, he was right. And if Wee Georgie attacked anyone physically - and I have seen him do it before, he is a loathsome violent dysfunctional little git - nobody should be "distancing" themselves from anything, but charges should be brought and laid. I wish they would be. It is clear from the Chronicle piece that something did happen. Despite the denials from Was and from Reading Labour, which have appeared as comments on this blog. Because Dave Peasley, no stranger to tussles of various kinds I believe, was involved, and cannot be gainsaid, nor does he have party political loyalty to consider. Makes you think really, why don't we all just start biffing our opponents? It was Was who said, where is Basher when you need him? But Basher kept the biffing domestic, for the most part, and confined it to women in the political sphere, hein?