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MOVERS & SHAKERS

The snakes and ladders of societyA chronicle of drama, scandal and success in London, Paris, New York and elsewhere

Wally of the Week – Catherine Faulks

Moronic oddjob Councillor Catherine Faulks claims that the Kensington Town Hall protest was brought about by non-locals

 

Kensington and Chelsea Council attracts idiots and aside from the bizarrely hyphenated Rock Fielding-Mellen and Nicholas Paget-Brown, one of their worst has to be Councillor Catherine Faulks.

 

This week, Ms Faulks, a woman whom plainly did not attend the same gathering I visited at Kensington Town Hall in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, commented:

 

“I think actually the people that stormed the council weren’t the local community, I think they were people who like doing that sort of thing and I think they did a disservice to the local community.”

 

This totally out-of-touch woman has no grasp of the ground changing significance of what occurred at Grenfell Tower has brought. She is utterly on the wrong page and now all that is left for her to do is the decent thing. Catherine Faulks should resign.

 

Pictured above: Catherine Faulks (rear) with former Tory MP for Kensington Lady Borwick.

 

Catherine Faulks also told her friends and followers on Facebook to “stop donating” items for victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Catherine Faulks also told her friends and followers on Facebook to “stop donating” items for victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

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3 comments on “Wally of the Week – Catherine Faulks”

  1. In fact, dear Matthew, though I don’t particularly care for Faulks, she has been at Grenfell Tower helping on a daily basis.
    The other point she makes has resonance.
    Many of the demonstrators were from outside the Borough, or members of Momemtum. That was one of the reasons why Grenfell Tower survivors were so angry about the violence. But let’s not let those inconvenient facts ruins a good tale!

    1. I was there for an hour or so and simply saw people concerned about humans who’d lost relatives. Faulks plainly has no understanding of such sentiments and that she thinks it fair to criticise such only shows her as a truly insensitive woman unsuitable for office.

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