Having a browse around Twitter, I realised that I do not have access to our new MTC councillor, Richard Price, any more on this medium.
I don’t know how long this has been the case as I frequent Twitter less often these days, but do remember Richard following me on there and retweeting various items in the recent past. Seems that now his tweets are “protected” and only certain folk are able to see what he tweets (rather like Cllr Jahangir Akhtar, Deputy Leader of RMBC and one time Dep PCC – though he now only blocks me from following)
Perhaps the criteria for a person to access @Richardp1490 and @Jahangirakhtar is to be a member of the Labour Party, or to at least, vote Labour. This would be their personal right of course, if the activity on Twitter was “personal” and not council related. Judge for yourself whether these elected councillors are doing just that.
Labour activist, Yorkshireman, Socialist,
@unitetheunion. A Robert Owen type. I’m the one the Daily Mail warned you about.
Tweeting in a private capacity, if you don’t like what I say please dont follow.
At a Children’s centre consultation event in Dinnington.
Grand opening of Ideal rooms by the Mayor pic.twitter.com/jSFoN3ikIN
Busy Sunday, campaigning in the morning, 2 Community events PM and the Mayors Charity Fundraiser tonight!!
What a busy “personal” life some of our councillors have. It’s a wonder they have time to do any council work.