How Simple Words Confuse a Labour Councillor.

Labour councillor Dalton said in a letter to the press-published in the ‘Advertiser’ Friday 27th February 2015 she was ‘retiring from public life’.                                                     Retiring. adj. When someone retires, they leave their job and stop working. 

On August 1st 2014 Dalton had a letter published in the ‘Advertiser’ where she stated she will not be attending any more public meetings of Anston Parish Council. She claims she was ‘bullied and harrassed’ by members of the public.                               Complete nonsense and a lie.

How can a person retire from ‘public’ life and still be a councillor?   Welcome to Daltonworld.  Cllr.Dalton is stepping down as a Borough councillor but still wants to be a Parish councillor. What do we learn from the confused mind of Judy Dalton?          She does not tell the truth. She wrote a letter to the Chairman of APC-John Ireland-saying she had “changed her mind” about not attending any more APC meetings.           How very strange; Why didn’t she write another letter to the ‘Advertiser’ to publicise her change of mind?  Because her failed attempt to win sympathy with her first letter did not work.                                                                                                                                            How many more lies has she told?                                                                                                     Can she be trusted to tell the truth? (her gangs and grooming business?)                                 Chair of RMBC Licensing Board-use of taxis for child prostitution?                                             You might be persuaded to think from all this Judy Dalton is Devious, Untruthful and Unwilling to accept things as they are or appear to be, rather than as she might wish them to be.                                                                                                                                   Time for a dictionary check or more to the point a reality check for part-time councillor Dalton.


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3 Responses to How Simple Words Confuse a Labour Councillor.

  1. S Thornton says:

    “her record as a Borough councillor is mediocre”, “Insider” you are being far too generous, The Commissioners have stated quite clearly that they are taking over the Licensing Committee which she Chaired. In my books that`s abject failure. Reports in this weeks Advertiser are saying Taxi firms were operating for for over a year with out a Licence. This was under her watch as Chair, no wonder she was in effect “sacked from the job”. Rumours around Anston are saying she has not “retired from Public Life”, she was “deselected” by the Labour Party, So does that mean she has been “sacked ” twice.
    Best of all, this “not fit for purpose” Cllr is seen walking around Anston, with another “not fit for purpose” Cllr, Cllr Beck. Even better, these two “not fit for purpose” Cllrs are being given the backing of our very own Labour MP Kevin Barron. Why would he want to be seen with these two “liabilities”, desperation ?.
    Can you trust someone who will not answer question at Parish Meetings and someone who thinks its better to criticise the Public, rather than discuss the Parish Council Budget.
    Failed at RMBC, Failed at Anston.


  2. Insider says:

    How can Cllr.Dalton “retire from public life” and yet remain a parish councillor?
    Good question. She was an RMBC cabinet member who with her colleagues was castigated as ‘Not Fit for Purpose’ by Louise Casey. Perhaps Cllr.Dalton thinks the parishioners of Anston either do not know this or she hopes they will forget by the time the elections are held in May.
    Her record as a borough councillor is mediocre, a fair description of her four years dipping into the public purse.
    She is treating the public as fools. She’s got more twists than a corkscrew.


  3. Unwilling to accept things as they are or appear to be, rather than as she might wish them to be.
    Sounds rather like the Minutes of Anston Parish Council..!


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