This resident, involved in the charitable sector, accurately gauges the character of Victoria Borwick.
This is why the Dame has made it prominent.
It simply tells us why VB would serve us well.
She may not to talk the hind legs off a donkey but what she does say is simple, clear and honest.
"Kensington has had a chequered history of Parliamentary Representation.
Residents do not need the dreadful Moylan, everywhere he goes he leaves a trail of destruction, he kills everything that is good about this Borough and gives a damn about no one but himself. His track record speaks loudly for itself on Exhibition Road.
We are in a time that is delicately balanced in terms of all of our financial and social wellbeing and its time to be serious for everyones sake.
The only candidate suitable for this job is Victoria Borwick, she doesn't brag, she is highly thought of by local residents, is fearless in her commitment to them and has something that is clearly missing from politics today....integrity.
Victoria stood strongly behind the families during the Tri Borough Special Needs School Transport debacle, has worked tirelessly for residents on local issues and still managed to work for our larger London Community during the Olympics and the Queens Jubilee both of which made us all proud to be Londoners.
But its not just the very public agendas that Victoria has worked with and for, she has also championed issues that are not so headline grabbing but which matter to people living working and raising children in London. These have included Access to Childcare, Children in Care, Mental Ill Health, Disability Hate Crime. Dementia and FGM. She has addressed issues such as Transport, Congestion, Reducing Fuel Poverty, London Ambulance Service and Policing. All things that matter to people from whatever backgrounds they come from.
There is not one politician that has so far been mooted for this very important position that has this wealth and breath of expertise as well as in-depth local knowledge and who most importantly cares about our community.
If the selection committee does not select Victoria Borwick, they would yet again be making a dreadful mistake.