Friday, 30 April 2010

Tory Helen wants a second home

Wednesday's hustings run by the Kent Messenger were certainly interesting.

Helen Grant stated that she needs a second home in London. Clearly the journey from Marden to London must be longer than the 57 minutes that National Rail Enquiries claim which would suggest that everyone who lives in Maidstone and works in London might need a pad there.

She also stated that she wants to maintain a 'link' with her old job.

So two homes and two jobs. What next, two yachts?

I pushed her on her party's alliance in the EU despite them being homophobic, antisemitic and climate change deniers. She stated that she was happy with her allies in Europe and claimed that the media were distorting the truth. 

3 comments:

avjz46 said...

We had 2 hustings in Canterbury Stuart organised by the churches.
first one the Tory and New Torys did'nt turn up second one was well attended but both were not well advertised so over half the audience turned out to be tory voters.
Canterbury is well and truly fixed by mr brazier and his cabal.
I piped up after he answered a question and asked is he going to bring back fox hunting, the audience told me to shhhh and i got no answer

Stuart Jeffery said...

Sounds like it was being chaired by a Tory! Canterbury really needs a new direction...

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