It’s pointing, but rather more horizontal than usual, thanks to Liberal Democrat Mark Williams from Chester. With coffee cups.
There are many wonderful things about the Liberal Democrats, St Albans Liberal Democrats more specifically and Sinead Howland in particular.
But please, it’s CROUCH AND POINT, CROUCH AND POINT, CROUCH AND POINT. Not crouch and nowt.
Jacket, chinos, one hand in pocket, the other casually half-extended and no flinching at the car speeding past. This is pointing gone nonchalant, courtesy of Cirencester Town Councillor Gary Selwyn:
As Gary Selwyn said:
Cirencester’s Lib Dem County Councillor, Joe Harris, has worked hard to secure the resurfacing of many roads in Cirencester; I hope that by working with him to lobby the Council we can get some further wins.
Many residents have also shared frustrations about the state of the pavements which along with the roads need resurfacing. This is a particular problem for elderly and disabled people who struggle to navigate the broken surfaces.
Courtesy of Adrian England and Beth-le-Hemel Hempstead:
It’s a full play in one scene courtesy of York Liberal Democrat Councillor Andrew Waller (Westfield ward).
Extra points for colour coordinating jacket with leaves, Andrew.