helped to start a campaign to stop the smelly trucks travelling through Queenbury!
All credit (and picture!) to the Halifax Courier:
"CAMPAIGNERS are stepping up their fight against the firm behind the gruesome offal spills and foul stench plaguing Queensbury."
"Swalesmoor Action Group has drawn up a list of demands for animal-waste company Omega Proteins after two major spills from its lorries."
"The group has also joined forces with UKIP activist Jason Smith to examine the European laws governing the company’s operations."
"Mr Smith said: “We have contacted our researchers in Brussels who are scrutinising the legislation and we hope to have a clear view of what the legislation allows and does not allow shortly."
Saturday, 23 July 2011
Tuesday, 19 July 2011
The Labour Council leader appears to not want new tax holding powers for business rates and believes that taxpayers should subsidise their failed policies.
Of course, holding on to business rates would cut a whole swath of bureaucracy and help make national savings (Which we desperately need, lest we end up like Greece) - not to mention simplifying the whole system.
But thanks to successive Labour and Tory councils, our city has been destroyed and businesses driven out.
And who is to blame for that? - Not so much the coalition Mr. Greenwood.
Although UKIP would go further - We support either an enterprise zone for Bradford or giving total control over the setting of business rates, to the council.
The less you tax small business, the more it will either grow or move in to the area, bringing jobs and extra tax revue for public services.
That is one way to create jobs.