In good company…

Well, what do you know, The Telegraph (not our normal daily read) has published a feature about Britain's Best Councils.

Modesty prevents us telling you who they think is ninth best!


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5 Responses to In good company…

  1. keithbracey says:

    How much did you pay the Daily Telegraph for this unadulterated propaganda Bob…..?

    Or did you treat the journalist to a slap-up curry and a few pints of Banks’s at The Vine in his fave Sandwell suburb of West Bromwich…..?

    I am sure this ringing endorsement from The Daily Torygraph for West Bromwich will have local MP Tom Watson dancing along The Cronehills Linkway……….!!!!!!

    • Bob says:

      You may want to talk Sandwell down Keith, with your obsession for Birmingham…but some of us are happy to hear it praised.

  2. Steve says:

    The Green Party clearly have a dislike for Sandwell being praised. What a thing to say suggesting some sort of bribe. Disgusting!

  3. jtkelly2012 says:

    I feel queasy every time I look at the Torygraph. But thanks for the cracking picture of the Engine House and the canal.

  4. Mike Jones says:

    Having lived in many different areas, under both Tory, Labour and no overall control, I have to say that Sandwell council offers a very good service and has recently tried to keep council tax rises low after a few years of being OTT. So no I wasn’t surprised by this report …. Especially when you see the goings on down the road in Birmingham…. Anyone like the new sexist statue outside the new library. A liberal / socialist view of the modern family without men?

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