The council recently issued ‘advice’ on swine flu. More accurately, it did a cut and paste of some advice already issued by the Health Protection Agency and featured it on the council website. And this has caused some mockery and criticism – why are we issuing it when there are only five cases in the UK?
I’ve had a couple of complaints about foxes recently, perhaps brought on by increased activity caused by a clement spring and new cubs. It’s a tricky issue, because the council is very limited in the action it can take. Indeed, no London council offers a control service for foxes.
I’m sure he wouldn’t want my sympathy, if he even knew he’d got it, after all he looked very happy in his recent YouTube video. But I can’t help myself, my opinions remain the same as the beginning of the year.
Having some fascinating conversations on & off Twitter following my blog post http://is.gd/tF7I but sadly have to go and get a haircut… # What do you think about Wandsworth’s news?
I’m going to resist using lines like “taking the next step in the dog mess issue” and instead be fairly dull and straight-forward about this one.
After Tuesday night’s BATCA Open Forum I was pointed in the direction of Sadiq Khan’s website, and, specifically, his coverage of the news that Tooting town centre is to get its own police team.
It’s not a commonly celebrated day, perhaps because it isn’t generally associated with drinking copious amounts of alcohol, but it’s St George’s Day today.
Last night’s Open Forum organised by the Balham and Tooting Community Association was an interesting and, I think, useful event. It was fairly well attending (I’m hopeless at judging numbers, but I’m guessing at least 50 or 60 people) and there were some good questions and useful points made.