Life after community death: this food bank has a lesson for Labour

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/aug/30/life-after-community-death-food-bank-lesson-labour

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GW: Farm Terrace Allotments, still under threat from Watford Borough Council which wants to turn the place over to 66 Executive Homes, has mature fruit trees heavy with Organic Fruit and Vegetable Plots heaving with Tomatoes, Potatoes and Leafy Greens. Butterflies, Bees, Wild Birds & Animals abound – just ripe for local primary school nature study vistits. Hey Hoh where is the political sense in that? Dorothy Thornhill Watford’s elected FibDem Mayor somehow missed the Bible Story about feeding the 5000 even though she put herself forward to be Patron of a local Church School.

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