In his latest election leaflet, Mr Ali seems to be having difficulty remembering what has been the work of his red nest colleagues.
The Tories have introduced a waste and re-cycling scheme that has failed to address the needs of Central’s multiple-occupancy homes. After over a year of campaigning for recognition of this problem your local labour councillors have an agreement that a specialist waste warden will visit the multiple-occupancy homes.
Whilst not disputing the failings of the waste collection scheme, I could have sworn their had been others more active on this issue.
Swindon needs a road system to match the Labour Governments town regeneration project.
Strange… as I recall, one of the main features of the town centre regeneration planning has been the unwillingness of the government to contribute to improving transport infrastructure.
The Tories solution is to narrow key roads and increase traffic volumes on Central’s residential streets.
Err… that’s the canal that is part of the regeneration plan is it? Who did you claim that project for? Being a bit selective in what you claim as your own perhaps? Lets not forget either that the impact of the canal on traffic is much more complex than Mr Ali and his colleagues would have us believe. Yes it would increase traffic at the Broadgreen end of Central ward, but traffic at the Kingshill end would be decreased. He also seems confused over schooling.
They have also failed to… provide sufficient local primary education, forcing parents and children to undertake unnecessary costly journeys.
Yet on the red nest’s website he says something different.
I am proud of Labour’s huge investment in new schools.
Contradictions like this hardly give an impression of a reliable, trustworthy person.
It’s nice that Mr Ali alone among this year’s election candidates has made any attempt at communication in the run-up to the election. It’s unfortunate that so much of that communication is untrue.