LOCAL ELECTION 2014: Labour hit by green 'missile'

Pat Cleary, second left, listens as returning officer Graham Burgess reads the results. Picture: Paul Heaps

Trina Johnson celebrates her election as Leasowe Labour councillor. Picture: Paul Heaps

Counting the votes this morning. Picture: Paul Heaps

Counting the votes this morning. Picture: Paul Heaps

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by , Geoff Barnes

LABOUR'S cruise to election success was torpedoed by a shock green "missile" this morning.

Green Party candidate Pat Cleary became his group's first Wirral councillor when he ousted Brian Kenny in the Labour heartland seat of Birkenhead and Tranmere by a margin of 237 votes.

Cllr Cleary hailed his victory as a major breakthrough for his party.

He said immediately after his victory: "This is a major achievement for a minority group in a ward that has been Labour for ever.

"We have worked for a long time on this and people have increasingly supported us. People like what the Green Party stands for."

Cllr Phil Davies, leader of Labour-controlled Wirral Council, dismissed the shock result as a protest vote.

He said: "This is part of a trend across the country. The result in Birkenhead was clearly a protest vote."

Labour's loss in Birkenhead and Tranmere was more than balanced by gains in Leasowe and Moreton West and Pensby and Thingwall.

Cllr Davies said: "It was very sad to lose Brian Kenny who was a fantastic councillor; but I am delighted for Treena Johnson who had a fantastic result in beating high-profile Tory Ian Lewis."

He said the overall result had been a vote of confidence in the Labour-run council and the policies we are trying to pursue in the face of substantial cuts by the government.

He said: "This is a mandate to continue our good work in trying to ensure we provide good quality services with significantly less resources."

Ian Lewis said he recognised it would be a knife-edge fight (he lost by less than 190 votes).

He said: "It used to be a rock solid Labour seat and for a Conservative to win it at any time was surprising.

"The result was a disappointment. I enjoyed being a community councillor and I would not serve in any other ward."

The Leasowe defeat was the only setback for the Tory group, but they made no gains.

Group leader Cllr Jeff Green – re-elected in the West Kirby and Thurstaston ward with a 878 majority – said: "The Greens taking Birkenhead was an absolutely stunning result.

"With the General Election only 12 months away Labour should be steaming ahead in the local elections, but it hasn't happened.

"It could have been better for us but I am pleased with the results we achieved.

"The Labour Party have failed to really push through in these elections."

The Liberal Democrats held on to the two seats they were defending in Oxton and Eastham.

New Council:

  • Labour 38,
  • Tory 21,
  • Lib Dem 6,
  • Green 1

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2:28pm Fri 23 May 14

Llamedos 1 says...

Ian Lewis .....I do not support any political party, in fact my opinion is that party politics are destroying Wirral but I do believe you are at least an honest councillor doing your best for the community of Leasowe despite being refused FOI information by the idiots in the Clown Hall. I cannot think for the life of me why they have chosen to oust you but thats their loss
Ian Lewis .....I do not support any political party, in fact my opinion is that party politics are destroying Wirral but I do believe you are at least an honest councillor doing your best for the community of Leasowe despite being refused FOI information by the idiots in the Clown Hall. I cannot think for the life of me why they have chosen to oust you but thats their loss Llamedos 1
  • Score: 18

4:19pm Fri 23 May 14

Jayo says...

Well done to the people of Birkenhead and Tranmere unfortunately though 38 Wirral wards still have Stockholm Syndrome.
Well done to the people of Birkenhead and Tranmere unfortunately though 38 Wirral wards still have Stockholm Syndrome. Jayo
  • Score: 9

4:38pm Fri 23 May 14

Cleomenes says...

How can Councillor Phil Davies say the Green Party winning Birkenhead and Tranmere is a protest vote. Pat Cleary has been doing a lot of good work. We get newsletters from him telling us what`s going on around the area. He is a person who takes interest in the local people. We only hear about Brain Kenny around election time! I normally vote Labour but I decided to vote for what I see.
How can Councillor Phil Davies say the Green Party winning Birkenhead and Tranmere is a protest vote. Pat Cleary has been doing a lot of good work. We get newsletters from him telling us what`s going on around the area. He is a person who takes interest in the local people. We only hear about Brain Kenny around election time! I normally vote Labour but I decided to vote for what I see. Cleomenes
  • Score: 9

5:02pm Fri 23 May 14

Local Govwatcher1 says...

Roll on the General Election in 2015. In the meantime, we have to suffer the destruction at the hands of a Labour controlled Polit Bureaux.
Roll on the General Election in 2015. In the meantime, we have to suffer the destruction at the hands of a Labour controlled Polit Bureaux. Local Govwatcher1
  • Score: 4

5:34pm Fri 23 May 14

hobroW says...

A mandate what mandate? Where is the Labour protest vote against the incumbent Conservative Lib Dem government? Was it not 25.6% turnout in B Kenny's former ward? They just did not turn out in droves to maintain a Labour councillor!

The numbers voting hovered at around one third of the electorate so what the Globe warned politicos in its last issue, the apathy of voters, came true again
A mandate what mandate? Where is the Labour protest vote against the incumbent Conservative Lib Dem government? Was it not 25.6% turnout in B Kenny's former ward? They just did not turn out in droves to maintain a Labour councillor! The numbers voting hovered at around one third of the electorate so what the Globe warned politicos in its last issue, the apathy of voters, came true again hobroW
  • Score: 4

5:43pm Fri 23 May 14

hobroW says...

error 35% in Bhead and Tranmere but l than 26% in ?Seacombe and another rock solid Labour seat
error 35% in Bhead and Tranmere but l than 26% in ?Seacombe and another rock solid Labour seat hobroW
  • Score: 0

5:45pm Fri 23 May 14

hobroW says...

Does Mr Clear get a place at the Leader's Board meetings with the Chief Executive. He is the Leader of a Party.
Does Mr Clear get a place at the Leader's Board meetings with the Chief Executive. He is the Leader of a Party. hobroW
  • Score: 8

5:48pm Fri 23 May 14

naughtykitties says...

Well, that's one useless chair-warmer disposed of. On to the rest of the borough.
Well, that's one useless chair-warmer disposed of. On to the rest of the borough. naughtykitties
  • Score: 6

6:18pm Fri 23 May 14

Joeblogg85 says...

Brian Kenny was on a decent number there being in the Cabinet as well as having a portfolio. He's a decent bloke but has been caught up in all that party politicking and it has now ended very badly. When he first come on the scene he was a committed councillor. How can you lose a Labour seat in Birkenhead. It's beyond belief really. I wish the new guy the best of luck and actually think he will do a good job. Local politics should be about doing the best for the area you live and clearly the locals believe he is the right man to deliver this. I honestly believe that if more seats were up for grabs then other high profile names would have also been under severe pressure. Well done for local people having the guts to go with the new guy and not stick with the same old same old.
Brian Kenny was on a decent number there being in the Cabinet as well as having a portfolio. He's a decent bloke but has been caught up in all that party politicking and it has now ended very badly. When he first come on the scene he was a committed councillor. How can you lose a Labour seat in Birkenhead. It's beyond belief really. I wish the new guy the best of luck and actually think he will do a good job. Local politics should be about doing the best for the area you live and clearly the locals believe he is the right man to deliver this. I honestly believe that if more seats were up for grabs then other high profile names would have also been under severe pressure. Well done for local people having the guts to go with the new guy and not stick with the same old same old. Joeblogg85
  • Score: 11

6:44pm Fri 23 May 14

PaulCa says...

Joeblogg85 wrote:
Brian Kenny was on a decent number there being in the Cabinet as well as having a portfolio. He's a decent bloke but has been caught up in all that party politicking and it has now ended very badly. When he first come on the scene he was a committed councillor. How can you lose a Labour seat in Birkenhead. It's beyond belief really. I wish the new guy the best of luck and actually think he will do a good job. Local politics should be about doing the best for the area you live and clearly the locals believe he is the right man to deliver this. I honestly believe that if more seats were up for grabs then other high profile names would have also been under severe pressure. Well done for local people having the guts to go with the new guy and not stick with the same old same old.
"Caught up" makes it sound like he was not a willing participant, which would be preposterous. Kenny voted to keep the last leader, Foulkes, who presided over the forseeable and avoidable theft of £736,756.91 from the bank accounts of learning disabled people over an 8 year period - something CEO Burgess characterised as "mistakes".

Good riddance and well done to Pat Cleary. Be careful mate. This chamber of horrors still has individuals who would stab you in the back soon as look at you.
[quote][p][bold]Joeblogg85[/bold] wrote: Brian Kenny was on a decent number there being in the Cabinet as well as having a portfolio. He's a decent bloke but has been caught up in all that party politicking and it has now ended very badly. When he first come on the scene he was a committed councillor. How can you lose a Labour seat in Birkenhead. It's beyond belief really. I wish the new guy the best of luck and actually think he will do a good job. Local politics should be about doing the best for the area you live and clearly the locals believe he is the right man to deliver this. I honestly believe that if more seats were up for grabs then other high profile names would have also been under severe pressure. Well done for local people having the guts to go with the new guy and not stick with the same old same old.[/p][/quote]"Caught up" makes it sound like he was not a willing participant, which would be preposterous. Kenny voted to keep the last leader, Foulkes, who presided over the forseeable and avoidable theft of £736,756.91 from the bank accounts of learning disabled people over an 8 year period - something CEO Burgess characterised as "mistakes". Good riddance and well done to Pat Cleary. Be careful mate. This chamber of horrors still has individuals who would stab you in the back soon as look at you. PaulCa
  • Score: 10

11:23pm Fri 23 May 14

Joeblogg85 says...

PaulCa wrote:
Joeblogg85 wrote:
Brian Kenny was on a decent number there being in the Cabinet as well as having a portfolio. He's a decent bloke but has been caught up in all that party politicking and it has now ended very badly. When he first come on the scene he was a committed councillor. How can you lose a Labour seat in Birkenhead. It's beyond belief really. I wish the new guy the best of luck and actually think he will do a good job. Local politics should be about doing the best for the area you live and clearly the locals believe he is the right man to deliver this. I honestly believe that if more seats were up for grabs then other high profile names would have also been under severe pressure. Well done for local people having the guts to go with the new guy and not stick with the same old same old.
"Caught up" makes it sound like he was not a willing participant, which would be preposterous. Kenny voted to keep the last leader, Foulkes, who presided over the forseeable and avoidable theft of £736,756.91 from the bank accounts of learning disabled people over an 8 year period - something CEO Burgess characterised as "mistakes".

Good riddance and well done to Pat Cleary. Be careful mate. This chamber of horrors still has individuals who would stab you in the back soon as look at you.
I never said he was not a willing participant. Nor did I emphasise the words "caught up". I merely stated that at the outset Kenny was a decent bloke and now it has ended badly. He made his own choices and this is the end result. Who knows the circumstances that leads one to make certain choices? But in this instance the chickens have come home big time and maybe now he regrets some of the decisions he made. Who knows?
[quote][p][bold]PaulCa[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Joeblogg85[/bold] wrote: Brian Kenny was on a decent number there being in the Cabinet as well as having a portfolio. He's a decent bloke but has been caught up in all that party politicking and it has now ended very badly. When he first come on the scene he was a committed councillor. How can you lose a Labour seat in Birkenhead. It's beyond belief really. I wish the new guy the best of luck and actually think he will do a good job. Local politics should be about doing the best for the area you live and clearly the locals believe he is the right man to deliver this. I honestly believe that if more seats were up for grabs then other high profile names would have also been under severe pressure. Well done for local people having the guts to go with the new guy and not stick with the same old same old.[/p][/quote]"Caught up" makes it sound like he was not a willing participant, which would be preposterous. Kenny voted to keep the last leader, Foulkes, who presided over the forseeable and avoidable theft of £736,756.91 from the bank accounts of learning disabled people over an 8 year period - something CEO Burgess characterised as "mistakes". Good riddance and well done to Pat Cleary. Be careful mate. This chamber of horrors still has individuals who would stab you in the back soon as look at you.[/p][/quote]I never said he was not a willing participant. Nor did I emphasise the words "caught up". I merely stated that at the outset Kenny was a decent bloke and now it has ended badly. He made his own choices and this is the end result. Who knows the circumstances that leads one to make certain choices? But in this instance the chickens have come home big time and maybe now he regrets some of the decisions he made. Who knows? Joeblogg85
  • Score: -1

1:06am Sat 24 May 14

PaulCa says...

Joeblogg85 wrote:
PaulCa wrote:
Joeblogg85 wrote:
Brian Kenny was on a decent number there being in the Cabinet as well as having a portfolio. He's a decent bloke but has been caught up in all that party politicking and it has now ended very badly. When he first come on the scene he was a committed councillor. How can you lose a Labour seat in Birkenhead. It's beyond belief really. I wish the new guy the best of luck and actually think he will do a good job. Local politics should be about doing the best for the area you live and clearly the locals believe he is the right man to deliver this. I honestly believe that if more seats were up for grabs then other high profile names would have also been under severe pressure. Well done for local people having the guts to go with the new guy and not stick with the same old same old.
"Caught up" makes it sound like he was not a willing participant, which would be preposterous. Kenny voted to keep the last leader, Foulkes, who presided over the forseeable and avoidable theft of £736,756.91 from the bank accounts of learning disabled people over an 8 year period - something CEO Burgess characterised as "mistakes".

Good riddance and well done to Pat Cleary. Be careful mate. This chamber of horrors still has individuals who would stab you in the back soon as look at you.
I never said he was not a willing participant. Nor did I emphasise the words "caught up". I merely stated that at the outset Kenny was a decent bloke and now it has ended badly. He made his own choices and this is the end result. Who knows the circumstances that leads one to make certain choices? But in this instance the chickens have come home big time and maybe now he regrets some of the decisions he made. Who knows?
So you think losing his seat is adequate punishment for 8 years of financial abuse against learning disabled people, the accreditation of gangster carers and more? He may not have DONE it himself but he was part of the wicked mechanism that perpetrated it, set out to destroy Martin Morton the whistleblower, covered it all up, obfuscated, minimised, denied, lied, and on and on....

AKA came good in the end, said they "didn't have time to investigate councillors" and they were home free.

One of the affected learning disabled people was dressed in rags and begging for food on the streets.

Kenny got off lightly, along with the rest of them. He's lucky not to be looking out from behind bars.
[quote][p][bold]Joeblogg85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PaulCa[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Joeblogg85[/bold] wrote: Brian Kenny was on a decent number there being in the Cabinet as well as having a portfolio. He's a decent bloke but has been caught up in all that party politicking and it has now ended very badly. When he first come on the scene he was a committed councillor. How can you lose a Labour seat in Birkenhead. It's beyond belief really. I wish the new guy the best of luck and actually think he will do a good job. Local politics should be about doing the best for the area you live and clearly the locals believe he is the right man to deliver this. I honestly believe that if more seats were up for grabs then other high profile names would have also been under severe pressure. Well done for local people having the guts to go with the new guy and not stick with the same old same old.[/p][/quote]"Caught up" makes it sound like he was not a willing participant, which would be preposterous. Kenny voted to keep the last leader, Foulkes, who presided over the forseeable and avoidable theft of £736,756.91 from the bank accounts of learning disabled people over an 8 year period - something CEO Burgess characterised as "mistakes". Good riddance and well done to Pat Cleary. Be careful mate. This chamber of horrors still has individuals who would stab you in the back soon as look at you.[/p][/quote]I never said he was not a willing participant. Nor did I emphasise the words "caught up". I merely stated that at the outset Kenny was a decent bloke and now it has ended badly. He made his own choices and this is the end result. Who knows the circumstances that leads one to make certain choices? But in this instance the chickens have come home big time and maybe now he regrets some of the decisions he made. Who knows?[/p][/quote]So you think losing his seat is adequate punishment for 8 years of financial abuse against learning disabled people, the accreditation of gangster carers and more? He may not have DONE it himself but he was part of the wicked mechanism that perpetrated it, set out to destroy Martin Morton the whistleblower, covered it all up, obfuscated, minimised, denied, lied, and on and on.... AKA came good in the end, said they "didn't have time to investigate councillors" and they were home free. One of the affected learning disabled people was dressed in rags and begging for food on the streets. Kenny got off lightly, along with the rest of them. He's lucky not to be looking out from behind bars. PaulCa
  • Score: 6

9:27am Sat 24 May 14

hobroW says...

naughtykitties wrote:
Well, that's one useless chair-warmer disposed of. On to the rest of the borough.
Very true-having shared a seat round a table with the fellow I can certainly say he simply represented, no more nor less, no point in representing without a contribution.

Chair-warmers a-plenty to fall. 22 chair-warmers rather than 66 is at least a diminution though even then perhaps 22 chair-warmers will remain.That is to be found out. 44 chairs undoubtedly would make a good bonfire, a more useful "chair-warming" than that generated by bottom friction
[quote][p][bold]naughtykitties[/bold] wrote: Well, that's one useless chair-warmer disposed of. On to the rest of the borough.[/p][/quote]Very true-having shared a seat round a table with the fellow I can certainly say he simply represented, no more nor less, no point in representing without a contribution. Chair-warmers a-plenty to fall. 22 chair-warmers rather than 66 is at least a diminution though even then perhaps 22 chair-warmers will remain.That is to be found out. 44 chairs undoubtedly would make a good bonfire, a more useful "chair-warming" than that generated by bottom friction hobroW
  • Score: 0

10:41am Sat 24 May 14

uncatom says...

Perhaps there might be a position at TRFC, he could advise on any future land grabs.
Perhaps there might be a position at TRFC, he could advise on any future land grabs. uncatom
  • Score: 3

2:31pm Sat 24 May 14

Hugo1008 says...

Wicked Rumour has it Brian Kenny went home in a Brown Bin, Great pity some more of the rubbish we have had for years did not go with him.
Remember if you re-elect the same old faces you get the same old rubbish.

Take notice of the places that elected some New Faces and you will soon see the benefits of shifting the long term councillors out of the trough of plenty, it pays every time.
Wicked Rumour has it Brian Kenny went home in a Brown Bin, Great pity some more of the rubbish we have had for years did not go with him. Remember if you re-elect the same old faces you get the same old rubbish. Take notice of the places that elected some New Faces and you will soon see the benefits of shifting the long term councillors out of the trough of plenty, it pays every time. Hugo1008
  • Score: 3

3:25pm Sat 24 May 14

Joeblogg85 says...

PaulCa wrote:
Joeblogg85 wrote:
PaulCa wrote:
Joeblogg85 wrote:
Brian Kenny was on a decent number there being in the Cabinet as well as having a portfolio. He's a decent bloke but has been caught up in all that party politicking and it has now ended very badly. When he first come on the scene he was a committed councillor. How can you lose a Labour seat in Birkenhead. It's beyond belief really. I wish the new guy the best of luck and actually think he will do a good job. Local politics should be about doing the best for the area you live and clearly the locals believe he is the right man to deliver this. I honestly believe that if more seats were up for grabs then other high profile names would have also been under severe pressure. Well done for local people having the guts to go with the new guy and not stick with the same old same old.
"Caught up" makes it sound like he was not a willing participant, which would be preposterous. Kenny voted to keep the last leader, Foulkes, who presided over the forseeable and avoidable theft of £736,756.91 from the bank accounts of learning disabled people over an 8 year period - something CEO Burgess characterised as "mistakes".

Good riddance and well done to Pat Cleary. Be careful mate. This chamber of horrors still has individuals who would stab you in the back soon as look at you.
I never said he was not a willing participant. Nor did I emphasise the words "caught up". I merely stated that at the outset Kenny was a decent bloke and now it has ended badly. He made his own choices and this is the end result. Who knows the circumstances that leads one to make certain choices? But in this instance the chickens have come home big time and maybe now he regrets some of the decisions he made. Who knows?
So you think losing his seat is adequate punishment for 8 years of financial abuse against learning disabled people, the accreditation of gangster carers and more? He may not have DONE it himself but he was part of the wicked mechanism that perpetrated it, set out to destroy Martin Morton the whistleblower, covered it all up, obfuscated, minimised, denied, lied, and on and on....

AKA came good in the end, said they "didn't have time to investigate councillors" and they were home free.

One of the affected learning disabled people was dressed in rags and begging for food on the streets.

Kenny got off lightly, along with the rest of them. He's lucky not to be looking out from behind bars.
There you go again Paul, putting words in my mouth. No, I don't think losing his seat is adequate punishment. I am appalled as much as the next person about the goings on at DASS and throughout the Council for that matter. But this subject matter was about the local election result. For what it's worth, I am fully behind your campaign to bring public servants to justice for any wrongdoings.
[quote][p][bold]PaulCa[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Joeblogg85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PaulCa[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Joeblogg85[/bold] wrote: Brian Kenny was on a decent number there being in the Cabinet as well as having a portfolio. He's a decent bloke but has been caught up in all that party politicking and it has now ended very badly. When he first come on the scene he was a committed councillor. How can you lose a Labour seat in Birkenhead. It's beyond belief really. I wish the new guy the best of luck and actually think he will do a good job. Local politics should be about doing the best for the area you live and clearly the locals believe he is the right man to deliver this. I honestly believe that if more seats were up for grabs then other high profile names would have also been under severe pressure. Well done for local people having the guts to go with the new guy and not stick with the same old same old.[/p][/quote]"Caught up" makes it sound like he was not a willing participant, which would be preposterous. Kenny voted to keep the last leader, Foulkes, who presided over the forseeable and avoidable theft of £736,756.91 from the bank accounts of learning disabled people over an 8 year period - something CEO Burgess characterised as "mistakes". Good riddance and well done to Pat Cleary. Be careful mate. This chamber of horrors still has individuals who would stab you in the back soon as look at you.[/p][/quote]I never said he was not a willing participant. Nor did I emphasise the words "caught up". I merely stated that at the outset Kenny was a decent bloke and now it has ended badly. He made his own choices and this is the end result. Who knows the circumstances that leads one to make certain choices? But in this instance the chickens have come home big time and maybe now he regrets some of the decisions he made. Who knows?[/p][/quote]So you think losing his seat is adequate punishment for 8 years of financial abuse against learning disabled people, the accreditation of gangster carers and more? He may not have DONE it himself but he was part of the wicked mechanism that perpetrated it, set out to destroy Martin Morton the whistleblower, covered it all up, obfuscated, minimised, denied, lied, and on and on.... AKA came good in the end, said they "didn't have time to investigate councillors" and they were home free. One of the affected learning disabled people was dressed in rags and begging for food on the streets. Kenny got off lightly, along with the rest of them. He's lucky not to be looking out from behind bars.[/p][/quote]There you go again Paul, putting words in my mouth. No, I don't think losing his seat is adequate punishment. I am appalled as much as the next person about the goings on at DASS and throughout the Council for that matter. But this subject matter was about the local election result. For what it's worth, I am fully behind your campaign to bring public servants to justice for any wrongdoings. Joeblogg85
  • Score: 5

5:15pm Thu 29 May 14

JADEE1 says...

the labour council inc brian kenny ex clr ,& good ridance to bad rubbish had it comin ,they prosicuted over 17.648 old sick & unemployed people last year,failing to potect the most vunerable in our society,& allmost doubling the income,to the council which is illegal, off the same people ,with £ 65.00 court costs,,the real cost is £ 5.00 per person per court appearance,plus £ 22.00 liablity order,so if you cant pay up ,& most cant,the council send the balliffs to take what possesions you own to pay the ,the council off ,for c/tax or bedroom /tax both are illegal under the EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ,UNDER ARTICLES ,RIGHT TO LIFE,& DISCRIMINATION ON DISABLED & VUNERABLE PEOPLE,& THATS A FACT, these challenges are under way,& will succeed,,so no one in there right mind is gonna lose any sleep over another bent cllr ,ousted, out of office ,& that wont be the last labour cllr either,wake up phil ,that was not a protest vote,,we voted for who we want as our local cllr & that is cllr pat cleary,& we all will vote for him again ,no probs,labour on the wirral are finnished.!!
the labour council inc brian kenny ex clr ,& good ridance to bad rubbish had it comin ,they prosicuted over 17.648 old sick & unemployed people last year,failing to potect the most vunerable in our society,& allmost doubling the income,to the council which is illegal, off the same people ,with £ 65.00 court costs,,the real cost is £ 5.00 per person per court appearance,plus £ 22.00 liablity order,so if you cant pay up ,& most cant,the council send the balliffs to take what possesions you own to pay the ,the council off ,for c/tax or bedroom /tax both are illegal under the EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ,UNDER ARTICLES ,RIGHT TO LIFE,& DISCRIMINATION ON DISABLED & VUNERABLE PEOPLE,& THATS A FACT, these challenges are under way,& will succeed,,so no one in there right mind is gonna lose any sleep over another bent cllr ,ousted, out of office ,& that wont be the last labour cllr either,wake up phil ,that was not a protest vote,,we voted for who we want as our local cllr & that is cllr pat cleary,& we all will vote for him again ,no probs,labour on the wirral are finnished.!! JADEE1
  • Score: 3

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