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I was surprised to read this, reaction from some local council politicians to the local council planning to build homes in Leeds. I never realised that the Labour party's guiding principle was to avoid building houses, and divert those funds to making boomers comfortable instead... The actual local Labour party pretty much told these jokers to eff off.



He said Labour had been “wiped off the face” of the ward because of “massive, unsustainable house-building plans” and cuts to services. “The vote today has been one for community over politics,” he told the audience.

 “The vote today has been one for community over politics,” he told the audience. “And the people of Garforth and Swillington, and Great and Little Preston, have spoken in huge numbers tonight to send a warning to the Labour council - get your act together, and get it together quickly, because let me tell you something, tonight isn’t the end of a movement, it’s the start of a movement.” ADVERTISING Speaking after his speech, he said: “As a former Labour councillor, I left on lines of principle. I think I’ve been vindicated in that move

Read more at: https://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/news/huge-leeds-election-success-for-garfoth-independents-but-colleagues-fall-short-1-9151191



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