Broken Barnet

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Love in a cold climate, or: in the dark, and on the road, in Capitaville

[...] One of the inescapable truths about life in Broken Barnet is this: the things we do not do, or cannot see, are more dangerous, and more interesting, [...]

A Pardoner's Tale, or: a dispensation of innocence: further shame for Barnet, as...

[...] , it seemed hard to believe they would be interested in the continuing saga of unrest here in Broken Barnet, but then ... it is an uprising, of sorts. And apparently what is happening in West Hendon, [...]

Words change their meaning: the last full council meeting in Broken Barnet

[...] long years, Tuesday night's last full council meeting of course marked the end of an era, in Broken Barnet. The last time we would see the same company of characters on the same stage in the pantomime [...]

An Accident Waiting to Happen, and: Bingate - the cover up begins: another Resid...

[...] Tuesday night saw the meetings of the first Residents Forums in Broken Barnet since the Tory junta lifted its shamelessly Stalinist rules of censorship - that is to say the [...]

Back to the Future: Times past, times present, in Broken Barnet

[...] innocuous pages of our local press, circa 1991-1992, courtesy of the coverage of our Tory councillors at that time, more than two decades ago. This happy period coincided with the end of the [...]

Because they're worth it: Coleman and Rams - more Tory councillor pre-election a...

[...] painful austerity measures they were about to impose on residents, services and staff, our Tory councillors voted themselves a nice big fat payrise. At the time they claimed they justified this on the [...]

Blue Barnet: Mrs Angry sees the light - but the joke's on you

[...] that democracy nonsense in Broken Barnet, now do we? See: wrong again, Mrs Angry. And so our Tory councillors, inspired by the example of dictators everywhere, stamped on the danger of dissent from [...]

The choices that we make: Barnet Tories face the parents of Mapledown School

[...] 'gesture' of a one percent council tax cut, worth around 23 pence a week to residents, our Tory councillors were admitting they had cut the funding for vital support services to families whose [...]

Your Choice Barnet: setting out a stall, in the market place of care?

[...] treatment they - and the vulnerable residents for whom they care - are receiving from Barnet Council. And yes, it is the responsibility of Barnet Council, despite every attempt by the Tory [...]

Dangerous obsession: or - the questions about Church Farmhouse Museum Barnet Tor...

[...] its future.  Former curator Gerrard Roots outside the Church Farmhouse Museum, closed by Barnet Council. pic Times Group These questions are exactly the sort of questions that Barnet Council does [...]

Paint it White: Dismore trashes Barnet Council's laughable in house 'investigati...

[...] for Barnet and Camden, expressing in the strongest terms his anger over the handling by Barnet Council of the allegations put to the Monitoring Officer regarding Tory Mayor Hugh Rayner: Rayner [...]

Consider very carefully: Broken Barnet and the Tory councillors - your heritage ...

[...] January 2014, for the following information: "In mid-January 2013, English Heritage told Barnet Council that it must deal with several problems at Church Farmhouse Museum- one of them being the [...]

A heartbreak too difficult to describe: the children of Oakleigh School, and the...

[...] Barnet Tories had a real problem, in the run up to the recent election. What could they put in their [...]

At risk: the victims of domestic violence, penalised by Barnet Tories

[...] authority of men. Along with their aversion to the principles of equality, let alone feminism, Barnet Tories have embraced a set of housing policies which also sit comfortably in the past: the distant [...]

One Barnet: 'a brand that has served its purpose' - let's take back control of o...

[...] , and one criticised in the High Court by Judge Underhill last year. Another policy imposed by Barnet Tories that was brought to account in the High Court was the catastrophic parking policy, which [...]

Mapledown: victory for the parents - and a new low for Barnet Tories

[...] Mapledown School To say that the Barnet Tories are in a state of pre-election panic would be grossly unfair.  They are now in a state of [...]

Those people: a gesture, a gimmick - and a car crash appearance for Barnet's Tor...

[...] pointed out that Barnet has spent £80 million in preparation for the privatisation of council services. Democratic control over these services has been lost. This act was damaging for the very [...]

The Lost Highway, or: the road to Broken Barnet, May 2014

[...] anything to offer the voters - too frightened even to mention the mass privatisation of council services that they have overseen in the course of the last administration, with no mandate, or [...]

A Tale of Two Councillors: Part Two - Tom Davey, the Tory Councillor with 'a dry...

[...] 't help themselves' ... He wants to see Barnet populated by those who are not 'dependent on council services' - as Mrs Angry has previously commented:  Obviously Cllr Davey uses no council [...]

Things can only get ... worse: Barnet bloggers' joint letter to the local press,...

[...] refer directly to the One Barnet programme, through which it has given charge of most of our council services to Capita, a private company, and speaking only of ‘a change programme’, which [...]

Don't ask me what happens next, or: the saving of a library, and who stole it in...

[...] for which he and his administration was responsible. So keen on rewriting history, is this Tory administration, that the Mayor was due to come today to grace the event with his corporate seal of [...]

The greatest good, or - Pomp and Pomposity: a mayor-making in Broken Barnet

[...] the greatest number of people', which surely marks a dramatic u-turn in the policies of the Tory administration, here in Broken Barnet, where tradition demands the greatest good is brought only to the [...]

We are disappointed, or: Barnet decides - the day of reckoning

[...] three Tory councillors, and as it turned out, at the nerve wracking end of the night, a Tory administration. Thank you very much. It is a great shame that the Greens did not come to an agreement in [...]

A clear understanding, or: Barnet is still Broken

[...] us be quite clear, about where we are now, in these first few weeks of the new term of this Tory administration. Our elected members are unable to meet to decide on council business, we were told [...]

A great big mess: Tory run Capitaville, two weeks before the election

[...] the 'success' of the Capita arrangement. Ah but, Mrs Angry, you will be asking: what if the Capita contracts are ... not a success. This is an impossibility. The Capita contracts are an act of faith. [...]

Understanding the landscape - or: One Barnet, and gambling that disaster's not g...

[...] will continue to fail the taxpayers of this borough by failing now effectively to manage the Capita contracts, and to ensure that the aspirational savings and benefits so often celebrated by the [...]

A tale of three budgets: Part Two - Turn again, or Which side are you on?

[...] into a raving attack on 'socialist paradises', piling praise on the 'success' of the Capita contracts, and sneering at 'those who play games in court' - referring to the disabled resident Maria [...]

Where's the democracy? Showing UKIP the door, and a hustings that wasn't

[...] empty homes and shops, the iniquity of the bedroom tax, the urgent need to get out of the Capita contracts, the urgent need to take Your Choice Barnet, and the care of disabled residents, back in- [...]

Mapledown: the school for disabled children paying the price of Barnet Tory tax ...

[...] disabled pupils' funding to pay for pre-election tax cut worth 23 pence a week:  Tory leader Richard Cornelius:   “I think the average person in the street thinks this is fair.”& [...]

From Bishops Avenue to Strawberry Vale, or: how not to be poor, in Broken Barnet

[...] Lane is one of these privileged areas, of course, and in the ward represented by the Tory leader Richard Cornelius and his wife Alison, and - for the time being - by disgraced former Tory councillor [...]

A blurred line, or: a bucket of whitewash - the Mayor faces his peers, and is cl...

[...] allegations had any merit consisted of five councillors: three Tories - Chairwoman and Tory leader Richard Cornelius, deputy leader Daniel Thomas, and substitute member John Marshall. Labour was [...]

May 2014: Barnet decides - but will your voice be heard?

[...] office, as his own former colleagues - including his fellow Totteridge councillor and Tory leader Richard Cornelius - were too scared. A few weeks ago an early election leaflet poked its head through [...]

Highways of Despair: Labour report Barnet Tory Highways allegedly 'politically b...

[...] allocation to Barnet wards, which in the last two years has been the responsibility of Tory councillor and environment Cabinet member Dean Cohen.   http://wwwbrokenbarnet.blogspot. [...]

What makes you think you're talking to someone who cares? Another Barnet Tory Ca...

[...] 'sat on'. Mrs Angry wondered which was a worse fate, to be jumped on, sat on, or cajoled by a Tory councillor?  Do the right thing, pleaded Alan, and bring back cash parking ... Deputy leader Dan [...]

I don't have a problem with making a profit : Barnet Tories and the Your Choice ...

[...] of the whole project, making money from the provision of care for disabled residents: Tory Councillor Brian Salinger commented thoughtfully 'I don't have a problem with making a profit' ... if it [...]

Between the idea and the reality - Mandela and Margaret: the view from Broken Ba...

[...] ; The tyranny of black rule? Closer to home, we have had our own tribute to Madiba from one Tory councillor: right wing councillor Brian Gordon, who while Mandela was languishing in prison, thought it [...]

An Innocent Abroad, or: Let's see how it goes - ethics and probity, in Broken Ba...

[...] arranging meetings when Labour representatives cannot attend is the new tradition of Tory Barnet, despite all pretence of adherence to the Nolan principles in public life, which is why [...]

Other matters have been considered: Brian Coleman, and a missing laptop

[...] any punishment, unless a serious financial misdeameanour is proven.  The message from Tory Barnet's disciplinary process is this: a councillor like Coleman may attack a female resident, and be [...]

Back to the Future: Times past, times present, in Broken Barnet

[...] is a big fan of Mrs Angry, and her blogging colleagues, and we know that Mr Freer ... is not. Tory Barnet has been nothing but a constant source of embarrassment for the government over the course of [...]

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Love in a cold climate, or: in the dark, and on the road, in Capitaville

[...] One of the inescapable truths about life in Broken Barnet is this: the things we do not do, or cannot see, are more dangerous, and more interesting, [...]

A Pardoner's Tale, or: a dispensation of innocence: further shame for Barnet, as...

[...] , it seemed hard to believe they would be interested in the continuing saga of unrest here in Broken Barnet, but then ... it is an uprising, of sorts. And apparently what is happening in West Hendon, [...]

Words change their meaning: the last full council meeting in Broken Barnet

[...] long years, Tuesday night's last full council meeting of course marked the end of an era, in Broken Barnet. The last time we would see the same company of characters on the same stage in the pantomime [...]

An Accident Waiting to Happen, and: Bingate - the cover up begins: another Resid...

[...] Tuesday night saw the meetings of the first Residents Forums in Broken Barnet since the Tory junta lifted its shamelessly Stalinist rules of censorship - that is to say the [...]

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