Doolybhoy 1 wrote (see)
If it was aborted then what other form of direct and peacefull action would we take to get the attention of the tosspots who have their snouts in the trough,
You could always do the following,
1 just stand on the side of the road (out of the way of the public),
2 keep quiet and
3 get NOTHING done.
That would keep the 'powers that be' happy (and us poorer)
Good on ya lads (and girls), if it was coming to wigan then I would join in
Definetely going to be there on Tuesday.
I hope others (lots of) make the effort to turn up too.
I've received an e-mail from cllr David Boothroyd that has shown there are some MPs on our side. But I don't know how to paste the e-mail here.
He and cllr Ruth Bush met with the No To Bike Parking Tax group, and proffered advice on how to oppose Westminster council's policy. This at least shows that MPs are taking note.
A big demo on 31st March could make a huge inroad into getting the charges scrapped. Even if Westminster council don't budge, other councils will be watching, and may baulk at the idea of demos outside their own office.
It really is worth attending, people, if only as a bike meet. I met loads of people at Hanover Square last year, had a great laugh, brought Regent St to a standstill, and had my photo taken by a million jap tourists (roughly).
What's not to like? It's a couple of hours' fun. And worth the journey.
Thank you for the invitation, Danny Chalkley. I'll be there, I promise.
I was going to say look for a silver TL1000 and say hello, but I really don't fancy being stuck in traffic on a sports bike, so I'm going to borrow a Triumph Boneville for the day. You won't miss it, it has yellow cam covers!
Let me know what bikes you'll be riding (photos would be better) and I'll try to find you.
I'll be there! It is going to be a great day, Danny Chalkleys letter makes be want to be there even more!
planning on being there myself leaving eastcastle street by Oxford Circus about 5.30pm on black/silver Gixxer 1000k4
Just started work here after 5 years in Hackney which was free and secure
Dear Westminster Councillor, Please don't desert Chalky in his hour of need. Bwahahaha!
The campaign have issued an open letter in response to Chalky's open email.
the cunts, I'm going now as well
"Perhaps it is now time for one of you to have a quiet word with Mr Chalkley..."
Or maybe a thousand...
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