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Elected for political beliefs

PUBLISHED: 10:54 04 February 2008 | UPDATED: 19:38 05 July 2010

SALLY Spore was elected by her constituents because of her Labour Party policies, likewise Mark Bee was elected because of his Conservative beliefs.

He should stop whinging about Sally Spore not “working together” with his Tory controlled council and do what he was elected to do, run the council in accordance with his Conservative Party's policies.

SALLY Spore was elected by her constituents because of her Labour Party policies, likewise Mark Bee was elected because of his Conservative beliefs.

He should stop whinging about Sally Spore not “working together” with his Tory controlled council and do what he was elected to do, run the council in accordance with his Conservative Party's policies.

The Conservatives have a huge majority and an offer of “Let's work together for the good of all” is only honestly made in hung council/Parliament situations.

Accusing an opposition leader of “playing politics” is the usual response of someone who has failed and just can't take the criticism.

It is no more than a smokescreen to distract the electorate from the fact that his administration has failed on a monumental scale.

ANN SKIPPER

Aspinall Close

Lowestoft


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