This paper is very likely to get approval this evening which will give, in my opinion, too much power over to a few as they look to create a digital Utopian future… Please tune in tonight and watch the discussion … Continue reading Can you buy into the RBWM Transformation Strategy 2020-25?
I have long believed in the power of words as illustrated by the work of Dr Emoto who spoke words to water, then froze it and viewing under a microscope showed positive words create beautiful crystals and negative words the … Continue reading A harsh word is as a sword thrust…
Recently it became law that Councillors could meet online via video conferencing tools, discuss relevant topics and then legally vote on a subject that the RBWM council can then take forward. You can follow the RBWM Council meetings on Youtube … Continue reading How to start a Youtube video at a specific time point
Click above and watch and listen to Councillor David Cannon talk about retracting the new policy on parking permits because of a legal challenge by the LibDems. Thank you. Jon Continue reading Cllr David Cannon on Parking Permits at Cabinet 28th May 2020
It would seem that the Magna Carta, the foundations for UK law, is to be superseded by social media “loves” and “likes” at RBWM as the ruling Tory party have decided that they no longer need to worry about democratic … Continue reading RBWM Tory Planning Policy to be decided by Twitter “Loves” & “Likes”
While the impact of Covid-19 has mostly been negative, there have been some positives… huge improvements to transparent governance for one, allowing residents and Councillors to minimise the chances of their questions going unanswered as before! Well, that is the … Continue reading Keep Your Eye on RBWM Council Decision Making
Recently RBWM Cabinet voted through changes affecting families and our youth, the opposition challenged their decision making process by calling it in and have opened a big can of worms… WAS THE DECISION NOT A DECISION? I found it all … Continue reading When is a Decision not a Decision … when it is ‘SPIN’
We entered the council meeting Thursday evening for the Extraordinary Full Council – 23 October 2019, with hope in our hearts… there to discuss the proposed changes to the RBWM Borough Local Plan Submission Version. Hear it all here >>> … Continue reading The Borough Local Plan – very much a conservative vision in more ways than one!
I was talking to the youngest councillor of RBWM yesterday, Joshua Reynold Lib Dem, who phoned me to discuss my Motion regarding council meeting attire… he introduced me to the concept of Boris’s dead cats… Apparently, because Boris always finds … Continue reading Boris’ Dead Cats – how many do RBWM Conservatives’ need?
I have removed this post as my wife asked me to… She didn’t feel it was me at my best and feels the anger and frustration I feel at the way the local council conduct themselves should be focused on … Continue reading Simon Dudley doesn’t love, he hates Windsor!