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Thursday, April 24, 2008

Panic On The Streets Of Hackney

Hackney Council Labour Group in Smiths & Morrissey song titles:


Anonymous said...

Let's play count the red ties...

Ducky said...

Your having a laugh with Pipey aren't you? Surely it should be

lord london fields lido said...

"please please let me get what i want" is so appropriate in that particular case.

From the look on a certain labour member's face when i saw him this morning in passing, i'd say "Panic" might be more appropriate.

You missed Cllr. Stauber out - maybe "Oscillate Wildly"?

Luke Akehurst said...

You missed Cllr. Stauber out - maybe "Oscillate Wildly"?

So busy looking at floor-crossers in Castle Point, I forgot the ones in Hackney. But then I always focus on parliamentary opportunities rather than the local peasants.

Kris said...

lol! Esp jules's song.

Will our Luke never learn to stop leading by the chin?