Brighton & Hove Labour For the many, not the few
Following today’s troubling news that Conservative Prime Minister and Chancellor, Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak are facing police fines for breaking their own lockdown rules, Labour Councillors in Brighton & Hove have come up with a constructive way forward.
Labour are calling on the Prime Minister and the Chancellor to show their contrition by volunteering to undertake some community service, in the form of litter-picking along the side of the A27.
We know there is a problem with litter strewn across our main route into the city, so Labour are asking for the A27 to be first in line for any potential litter picks by the Tory frontbenchers.
Labour is sure that the image of Johnson and Sunak in high-visibility jackets, picking litter up from our roadsides, could go some distance towards convincing the British public of their regret.
Labour will be asking if their local Conservative colleagues will join them in calling on the Prime Minister and Chancellor to help clean up our streets and roads.
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