Supported by billionaire funders, the Friends thought the Council would take account of the wishes of residents and ensure its survival by making it an Asset of Community Value.
Tragically, our Council is in awe of its barbarian property developer friends and refuses
This twitter feed is interesting. It tells us much about the unfortunate and crude, Daniel Moylan.
One might have thought that having been out of Birmingham for many years his bad taste and common behaviour would have left him; it seems not.
Moylan's attempts at a serious political career have eluded him and led to no glittering prizes. Even his attempt to become a council leader was thwarted by sixteen-year-old Rocky Feilding Mellen....how embarrassing!
Daniel, it's time to stand back and take stock of yourself.
There is ample reason why good people won't work with you.
People don't like crude bullies with an over inflated opinion of themselves.
What might work on Birmingham City Council does not work here.
You may have ridden yourself of a Brummie accent, but have failed to adapt to refined ways of the Royal Borough.
You claim to have 'judgment and experience...well, that has been of no help to investors.
They have lost many millions invested in the two property funds you are/were a director of.
So, zip it up....
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