Friday, 2 January 2009

Pay To Throw EU Labour Garbage Woolas Out But Keep Hicham Yezza In

'Pay as you throw' household waste trial shunned by councils: we already pay through our council tax, but the bloody British government also wants to make us pay more. Luckily (at the moment) the local authorities are showing an unusual measure of independence and refusing to take up trial schemes.

This is all part of the government's lickspittle desire to implement the requirements of the EU's Climate Change Bill. I don't have the will to trawl through pages of online EU cockwaffle, but I'm sure there's something in there about opening waste collection up to competition, which must surely be behind this and the following:

The 130-year old right of citizens to have their rubbish collected by their local council was abolished recently:
Phil Woolas, the environment minister, quietly added an amendment to section 46 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 earlier this month which now states: "A waste collection authority is not obliged to collect household waste that is placed for collection in contravention of a requirement under this section."
Mr Woolas is a robotic Labour clone and may, with a bit of luck, lose his seat at the next election (maj. 3,590). A long spell at the Job Centre would serve him right but no doubt he'll have some well-paid pseudo job to take up if that happens. Not something useful like emptying my bins.

Woolas's current job is Minister for Buggering Up Immigration. He's doing really well and is busy trying to deport Hicham Yezza, who was found to be unbearably innocent of any crime back in May. Please write to your MP and Woolas to complain about this.

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