Here we see the good-minded face of Councillor Roger Copping who has been raising concern about two Australian men who spent two hours manipulating their private parts in front of a crowd in Leamington Spa.
The so-called entertainment is called Puppetry of the P***s and is apparently done as some form of student humour. A clearly exasperated Councillor Copping said: “This is Royal Leamington Spa!”
Here we see concern on the face of Councillor George Kemp whose position as landlord of a Carlisle pub has been under attack from the police.
Councillor Kemp, who is also organiser of the Unofficial Giant Vegetable World Championships, has been accused of being “unfit” to run the Lifeboat Inn.
The claims against him are related to a blues event which was held at the establishment and include:
The evidence brought before a licensing panel also included a video film in which police say Councillor Kemp can be seen swearing at a Chief Inspector and accusing him of making a fool of himself.
Here we see the distressing image of children sat in front of a pumpkin which has been savagely attacked by yobs. A spokeswoman for the nursery in Bicester where the attack took place said: “They are all very upset”.
Here we see a young councillor who obviously has what it takes for a long and successful career in local government representation. Whilst the spirit shines bright it has to be noted that the speech would have benefited from rather more pre-planning and structure but there is plenty of time for these skills to be developed.
Here we have a truly inspirational film featuring Councillor Dave Walker of Fife Council who demonstrates the use of Highland dance in the workplace.
This is an excellent initiative and Councillor Walker deserves a great deal of credit but, on a less savoury note, one must draw attention to the spelling error which is contained in the title sequence. This is really not a good example to be setting.
Here we see the smug face of the pop star who has launched a savage verbal attack on a Staines councillor.
He is a rather obnoxious and talentless young man called Richard Arthur and he is the lead singer of a pop group who call themselves the Hard Fi.
He spewed forth his bile against Staines councillor Collin David in what appears to be a tawdry attempt to gain publicity for his group’s latest poorly selling record album.
During an interview with Sky news he said:
"It’s funny how that councillor that came out never answers emails or letters and all of a sudden there’s an opportunity for a front page in the local paper and he’s right there defending Staines. What a twit."
There is film evidence of this attack on the linked site: