Jones was quite happy to be snapped at Crewe station, despite his support for the Network Rail (NR) boondoggle, otherwise known as ripping that station out of Crewe and dumping it three miles out of town at Basford. Typically, Jones hasn’t bothered with such inconvenient niceties as asking the town’s businesses, the University and College sites, many of whose students arrive by train, or even, perish the thought, residents about this.
Michael Jones pretends he supports Crewe station
Using CEC resources for anything that falls outside the rules is a hot topic right now, not least because Jones went in with both feet on former Crewe and Nantwich council leader Brian Silvester last year, after the former local Prince of Darkness, now running a solo UKIP end of the pier show after his recent conviction over those bedsits in Shavington, after Silvester had used the CEC email system to promote his own business.
Michael Jones donates to the Labour Party!
Then came the bombast and bullshit, as Jones waffled “I think I'm good enough and strong enough to attack my political opponents”. Don’t bother to answer the question, then. He was later challenged by BBC North West political editor Arif Ansari, an encounter in which he once again attempted to bullshit his way through, but clearly without success. “I’ve got my own situation” he blustered. Yes, a situation in which he’s in deep schtuck.