They made a mess in our Member's Lounge and just about everywhere else that they went. When the police arrived and turfed them out, they left their protest banners and posts behind along with their rations. I wonder who paid for the wooden posts they were carrying and I wonder who tipped them off about the internal layout of County Hall?
The police were excellent and got them out after which they rampaged around the streets. If these oiks are our future, God help our country."
Describing himself on his oh-so-90s-style web site as active in Freemasonry and a keen supporter of country sports, who was proud to be marching for Liberty and Livelihood on 22 September 2002, Councillor Keith appears to have neglected to see that the students who have been demonstrating these last weeks are also marching for their Liberty and Livelihood.
In response to Mitchell's comment that the students were "scruffy", a number of students amassed again on the County Council's offices on Thursday, but this time dressed-to-the-nines (see http://www.oxfordtimes.co.uk/news/8717542.Student_protesters_spruce_up_to_make_their_point/).
If these are the kind of bigoted people we have in charge of our councils, then God help our country indeed!