Should Chris Read have known better?

Chris Read the Labour Party member and Wickersley Ward candidate in May’s local elections, now elected as a councillor on RMBC, who turned out to be from Swinton was revealed also to be a full time Labour apparatchik! who works in York! For York Labour Party, in a prior posting and was therefore confirmation that indeed he should have known better!

The issue of Chris Read being a Labour employee who drove a ‘coach and horses’ through the rules on completion of nomination papers in order to procure a ballot paper that was essentially deceptive in nature and caused considerable attention and potential embarrassment for Yorkshire & Humber Labour Party would, you would have thought, been dealt with by now! But the fact that this issue won’t go away, and no one locally or regionally, has told him to stop his stupidity and put a halt to him being less than truthful to his constituents, speaks volumes about the tolerance of the Labour Party to abuses and wrongdoing such as this!

We have demonstrated beyond per adventure, that his creative approach to what constitutes a Full Postal Address, is not legal and will be vigorously challenged should any future repetition of this deceptive little scheme occur. An apology and correction of his Members Interests declaration would not go amiss!

3 thoughts on “Should Chris Read have known better?

  1. Surely not! I’m aghast! Really? – a Labour Party member and employee, not knowing his own rules. Well blow me down and knock me over with a feather. I would never have believed it.

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