Saturday, 15 March 2008

Wendy Alexander breaks another rule

I know it's boring, but do pay attention at the back there.

Have a look at wee Wendy's website - the one paid for at great expense by us (£987.37 this year). Quite importantly, a website paid for from Parliamentary allowances can't be party political (like annual reports and anything else that we pay for).

Down at the bottom of her publicly-funded website you'll find four weblinks -
Join Labour
Meet Wendy
Donate? With her reputation? Has no-one thought of the consequences?

Asking for donations or seeking new members through your Parliament website? Not allowed! Tsk tsk tsk. She also used her publicly-funded website to lay out her leadership 'vision', and as part of her campaign for the Labour leadership. Shameful, isn't it?

I think I'll buy the Sunday Times tomorrow, I hear there's a couple of excellent stories in it, and I understand that the Scottish part of its poll will bring a wee smile to SNP faces.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

For all her much touted "intelligence" she does seem to have trouble following the rules.

Laziness? Sloppiness? Doesn't care?

Not qualities I would normally associate with a leader of anything much bigger than a fleamarket stall.