|Topic:||Can we trust Ealing council leader Julian Bell?||Forum Home|
|Posted by:||George Grogan|
Has Julian Bell had a change of heart over Ealing's ill and disabled?
*He now says that he will "chain himslelf to the railings outside Ealing Hospital" to prevent it being demolished by bulldozers.
Should we trust him because:
*He tried to close the libraries down,
*He closed down several disabled and illness support centres (LINX, Albert Dane),
*He has cut Council Tax Benefit to many disabled and ill people and their carers,
*He failed to listen to his electorate in Acton over the Oaks project,
*He failed to listen to Southall residents (instead of the businessmen) over the Southall "White Elephant" car park.
He knows that:
The NHS will never demolish the building because it is too new and worth to much and intends plans to turn into an administrative back-office centre so:
*He will never need to chain himself to the railings outside it.
What he has failed to realise is that many Ealing residents (and clinicians) would dearly love to see Ealing hospital closed. It is known among the older community in Ealing as:
*Its the place where you go to die.
So what is he doing here?
Is he about to re-open the LINK centre and the Albert Dane Centre, etc? Let us see his commitment in some action.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Can we trust Ealing council leader Julian Bell?||28/10/13 17:02:00||George Grogan|
|Re:Can we trust Ealing council leader Julian Bell?||29/10/13 10:55:00||Benjamin Dennehy|
|Re:Can we trust Ealing council leader Julian Bell?||29/10/13 15:45:00||Anne Reddy|
|Re:Can we trust Ealing council leader Julian Bell?||29/10/13 15:50:00||Anne Reddy|
|Re:Can we trust Ealing council leader Julian Bell?||30/10/13 15:07:00||Anne Reddy|