Those cameraphones get everywhere

TENSE night at Islington Town Hall last night as the council agreed its cuts package.You know there’s always a cameraphone in the public gallery for these heckle-filled budget setting meetings. Camden is likely to operate a ticket only, no placard policy for its own finance debate next week.

The Islington footage has been posted by the Right To Work campaign.




5 Comments on Those cameraphones get everywhere

  1. “Don’t swear, otherwise you’ll be arrested, okay?”

    Haven’t heard that one before!

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  2. Keith Sedgwick // February 18, 2011 at 11:34 pm //

    This is reminiscent of Walter Wolfgangs treatment at the Labour Party Conference in 2005 for heckling Jack Straw.

    Labour did not screw up the economy, the wicked Conservatives do not need to make cuts to fix it and Labour Councils have no choice over where those cuts should fall. The Labour party is so consumed by their maniacal desire to establish this falsehood as truth, that anybody who dares contradicts them is labled an enemy of the state, arrested and silenced. The totalitarian instinct is never too far below the surface of Labour.

    As George Orwell wrote “ In times of universal deceit, telling the truth will be a revolutionary act”.

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    • Bill of Rights // February 19, 2011 at 12:46 am //

      Give it a rest Keith. You lost your seat in Gospel Oak not because Labour cocked up the economy but because Camden’s ConDems screwed everything up in the Borough. In four years you managed to bring so much destruction and chaos locally that I’m not sure if we’ll ever recover from it. And your government’s evil and sadistic attack on Camden’s finances, play centers, libraries, care for the elderly, and community organisations leaves little to admire and hits the poor the hardest. So why don’t you crawl back into your little rock and just zip it before we zoom in on you and shine the world’s biggest light on the right wing neo-conservative nutcase you really are.

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      • Richard Osley // February 19, 2011 at 9:57 pm //

        He’s right about the treatment of Walter Wolfgang: whatever your political persuasion, that didn’t look right to me.

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      • Keith Sedgwick // February 22, 2011 at 12:58 am //

        Oh, ‘Bill of Rights’ you do come across as a particularly bitter and twisted little person. Your self-loathing would be better remaining vented against yourself, for in turning it upon others, you give the impression of being positively unhinged.

        Mind you, a grip on reality seems to be somewhat lacking in the Labour party these days. Deficit, what deficit?

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