Kevin Davis should resign as Leader of Kingston Council

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Stephanie Lippiatt
3 years ago
I am sick of the council spending money on fancy projects that are of no benefit to the local council tax payer,

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Helen Thrush
3 years ago
I don't agree with this man's behaviour or the way he seems to be conducting himself with 'certain' property developers in this area.

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Sharien De Chiara
3 years ago
He has to go. He does nothing for the south of the borough, uses council tax money to fund his vanity projects.

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David Bexley
3 years ago
Kevin Davis is a very cruel and unkind leader while Edward Davey would be kinder and have a lot more compassion. Get Kevin Davis out.

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David Bexley
4 years ago
Kevin Davis is a very cruel and unkind leader whilst Edward Davey would be kinder and have a lot more compassion for Kingston Council and for people with disabilities. Please get Kevin Davis out

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jacqui brimble
4 years ago
I believe this latest development together with the all expenses paid trip to the South of France Mr Davies attended are incongruent with individuals in public office employed to meet the needs of the borough and it’s council tax payers first and foremost

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Katherine Barr
4 years ago
Whether or not you agree with James Giles' question being appropriate (and personally I cannot see why Mr Davis would not want to clarify that there is nothing inappropriate in this situation - assuming that to be the case) and even if Mr Giles may have sometimes used language that could have been more moderate, Mr Davis should have regard to his office and the person he is addressing and reflect on whether this would EVER be an appropriate way to refer to one of his constituents - or anyone. Language like this is never going to help matters and is a poor example to give for anyone, let alone an individual in an elected post who really (as he brought in age) should be old enough to know better.

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Alana Littlejohn
4 years ago
Blatantly disrespectful when asked a perfectly legitimate question.. if he has nothing to hide, which he shouldnt have.then answer the question !!!

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Tove Bellingham
4 years ago
Come on now.

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Paul King
4 years ago
What a contemptuous man you are. Take some time for personal introspection and self development before you engage in public life, and possibly in public at all.