A Quick Competition

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“Todays Competition: How many of the well loved Sabir family (Ghandis) are Labour Party members and when known how will this impact on Labour’s inner town vote in 2014? We’re sure that Respect will be interested in the result.” Wil

Rotherham’s Disgrace – Shabana Ahmed adds her voice to Jahangir Akhtars

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Originally posted on Rotherham Politics:
Last night Borough Councillor Shabana Ahmed broke cover to bring us this statement: “I wasn’t intending to comment publicly this early in my political position but since my name has been mentioned along with the…

Less important than an escaped parrot!

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This came in as a comment, Rothpol thought it was just too important to be missed: “Still no comment from any Labour representatives! If they think this will go away they are mistaken. Their silence is deafening. What are they … Continue reading

Systemic Failure! Systematic ‘blind eye’ more like?

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Another reader contributed piece from a no publicity box ticked source: “Martin Kimber CEO of the Council admitted and apologised to Parliament for Rotherham Council’s abysmal failings in the protection of children from sexual abuse. He described the failings as … Continue reading

A Longer view?

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This interesting and revealing piece was sent to Rothpol today, the author ticked the no publicity box: “Most labour supporters are sure Akhtar will be reinstated as deputy leader once the police have completed their investigation, sorry, cover up operation. … Continue reading

Witnesses wanted!

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“It has been alleged, a senior figure within the local Pakistani community had sex with a 12 year old Pakistani girl. When the child’s father, a taxi driver, discovered what was happening he confronted the perpetrator who became very angry. … Continue reading

A week is a long time in politics!

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This piece surely demonstrates that Harold Wilson was right to coin the term, a week is a long time in politics?: “I’ve now had three different people telling my that Akhtar’s going around saying that next year he will become … Continue reading

Why the Labour Party should investigate?

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Fresh in from Wil Ewart: The Times article at no point suggested that Akhtar had committed a criminal offence. If there was a clear implication it was about his getting involved to secure the release without prosecution of his relative. … Continue reading