So, farewell then to no less than 17 Medway councillors.
Between councillors losing their seats, retirements, and deselections, a little under a third of councillors who were in office last week ago no longer are. I thought it’d be nice to take a look at those who will no longer be gracing the council chamber. Consider this like the ‘in memoriam’ section at the Oscars, just without the glitz, glamour, and likeable personalities. Continue reading “So, farewell then.. 2019 edition”
One of our popular features on The Political Medway is inFrequently Answered Questions, where we send questions to relevant political figures and hope that we might occasionally get a reply.
It’s time to do our first (Keevil) / last (Jennings) survey!
Following developments last week with Cllr Pendergast leaving Medway UKIP, Cllr Howard leaving Medway Tories and further afield in Dover, Cllr Eddy, the former leader of the Labour Opposition leaving the Labour Group to join the Greens, we (just Keevil) decided to ask the other 53 councillors to select one statement that best represented them for #LocalElection2019: – I will be standing in the same ward with the same party. – I will be standing in the same ward with a different party. – I will be standing in a different ward with the same party. – I will be standing in a different ward with a different party. – I will be standing as an Independent. – I will be standing as a member of The ‘Medway’s Voice Party’. – I have decided to stand down. – I have been deselected. – I do not know if I will be standing or be deselected. – I did not know there was a Local Election in 2019.Continue reading “inFrequently Answered Surveys: I’m Still Standing”