The Hive to be discussed in the House of Commons

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Re: The Hive to be discussed in the House of Commons

Postby ninestein » 09 Sep 2017, 18:46

Blackman is a politician trying to justify his job. He's saying to his constituents "look at me.. i've raised this local issue in the commons for you all". But it won't come to anything which is going to be detrimental to our club. Apart from playing the planning game and testing the boundries (and we are not the only ones to do this), TK has done nothing wrong and has had the club's long term future at heart.
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Re: The Hive to be discussed in the House of Commons

Postby BeesKnees » 09 Sep 2017, 19:56

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Re: The Hive to be discussed in the House of Commons

Postby Norfolkbee » 10 Sep 2017, 07:25

He must be the only Tory that doesn't believe in the sell-off and privatisation of public assets. Either that or he is a total hypocrisy. I tend to go with the latter.
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Re: The Hive to be discussed in the House of Commons

Postby Hiveoccupier » 12 Sep 2017, 19:46

Keith Ferry sticking it to 5 jobs Bob in the local press.

http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/news/wes ... p-13608372
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Re: The Hive to be discussed in the House of Commons

Postby X-Bumble » 13 Sep 2017, 08:05

BeesKnees wrote:This may help with comprehension
http://www.iharrow.com/bobsays/bob-says ... anagement/


Thanks for this.

It's an interesting article. To me, it seems his issue is really about the council and not us. Tony did mention this issue in his last Q&A post.

It seems he is just using us to justify his arguments, and throwing us into the mix also helps him with his local residents.

Does anyone know how many 'local residents' are 'very unhappy'? - I'm assuming that of course some are, but presumably there are many others who are happy to see the land being developed and the facilities that have been opened to them.

You are right in saying that everyone pushes the boundaries of planning, it's a game that has been played for many years, and will always do so.

His claims against the club do seem to be bordering on slander, but it wouldn't be worth the club pursuing that due to the huge costs of that action against the relatively small return if successful.

This is like Underhill all over again with Coleman. I wonder if we get some local supporters and residents to contact Blackman and tell him to stop this behaviour?
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Re: The Hive to be discussed in the House of Commons

Postby X-Bumble » 13 Sep 2017, 08:10

Hiveoccupier wrote:Keith Ferry sticking it to 5 jobs Bob in the local press.

http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/news/wes ... p-13608372


I love the caption of the Conference cup photo ... " Barnet FC celebrate a win against Gateshead"

I'm guessing the sub-editor is not a football fan!
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Re: The Hive to be discussed in the House of Commons

Postby John_c » 13 Sep 2017, 08:44

Hiveoccupier wrote:Keith Ferry sticking it to 5 jobs Bob in the local press.

http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/news/wes ... p-13608372
Seems a sensible and level headed response. Unlike Sideshow Bob's original statement.
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Re: The Hive to be discussed in the House of Commons

Postby BeesKnees » 13 Sep 2017, 08:46

His claims were made in the house of commons so no action would be possible. His aim is next years local elections and we are his weapon of choice.

I am unaware of any local residents or fans that are supportive enough to contact Bob Blackman. This is not Underhill and there is little, if any local support for the club. Certainly haven't seen any supportive comments on planning applications, although the number of objections has fallen when compared to 2013.



Good luck finding a group of local supporters and residents supportive enough to confront Bob Blackman.
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Re: The Hive to be discussed in the House of Commons

Postby X-Bumble » 13 Sep 2017, 12:28

BeesKnees wrote:Good luck finding a group of local supporters and residents supportive enough to confront Bob Blackman.

There were a few locals on this forum a month or so ago - don't know if they are reading this?
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Re: The Hive to be discussed in the House of Commons

Postby BeesKnees » 13 Sep 2017, 12:58

X-Bumble wrote:
BeesKnees wrote:Good luck finding a group of local supporters and residents supportive enough to confront Bob Blackman.

There were a few locals on this forum a month or so ago - don't know if they are reading this?


Would be great if the level of local support was on a par with Underhill and capable of standing up to local politicians.

How many was a few, seems odd that now the season has started they have disappeared.

Can you recall their names?
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Re: The Hive to be discussed in the House of Commons

Postby bee007 » 13 Sep 2017, 15:31

BeesKnees wrote:
X-Bumble wrote:
BeesKnees wrote:Good luck finding a group of local supporters and residents supportive enough to confront Bob Blackman.

There were a few locals on this forum a month or so ago - don't know if they are reading this?


Would be great if the level of local support was on a par with Underhill and capable of standing up to local politicians.

How many was a few, seems odd that now the season has started they have disappeared.

Can you recall their names?
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