Posted by: westlancashirerecord | October 23, 2016

OWLs Are On The Moon Case

This morning the OWLs owllogo have published an article about Cllr Paul Moon. They state “Local West Lancashire councillor is also a councillor in Wyre. A local blog site, West Lancashire Record has revealed that Hesketh Bank councillor Paul Moon is also a sitting councillor for Wyre. Our West Lancashire have written to Cllr Moon for his explanation. We have asked him: How can you represent residents adequately in both Boroughs? Did you make the electors of Hesketh with Becconsall aware that you were a Wyre councillor when you stood for election in May and that you intended to continue to remain as one? As the next local elections in Wyre are not due until May 2019, should you not resign from your position there, so that the electors of Hesketh-with-Becconsall can have your undivided attention?

“At this stage it is difficult to see how Cllr Moon paul%20moon can effectively represent both areas. We will update this piece in the near future as more information comes to light”.

Did you know that “Being a member of West Lancashire Conservatives means that you have joined the most open and democratic political party in Britain. After the first three months of your membership, you will be entitled to a vote in Party ballots. You will also have a chance to influence Party policy by letting us know your views. Full membership is £25, in your first year you can join for just £10”.

So how did this “most open and democratic party” openly and democratically select Paul Moon for Hesketh with Becconsall? By local party ballot? Or perhaps behind closed doors by a committee of “chums”? Or even “chumps”?


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