Westminster Council are taking the p**s

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It comes as no surprise to find filthy Westminster Council caught in a s**t storm of it’s own making.

According to media reports, WC are embroiled in a dispute with shady Tory donor, Michael Aschcroft, over urinal contracts:

” Public toilets in London’s West End have been closed because of a squabble with major Tory party donor, Lord Ashcroft.

The conveniences in Broadwick Street, Soho, and in Paddington Street and James Street, Marylebone have been shut as a result of a contract dispute between Westminster Council and Carlisle Cleaning, part of the Ashcroft-owned Impellam Group.

The dispute is believed to be over a 10-year contract to run the borough’s public toilets.

Carlisle Cleaning won the contract to operate all Westminster’s public conveniences in August last year after the council decided to privatise the service.

Last week councillors were told by the council: “The council is in dispute with Carlisle in relation to the lease contracts and the matter is being dealt with by the council’s dispute resolution solicitors and Carlisle’s solicitors.”

Councillor Paul Dimoldenberg, leader of the Labour Group, said: “It is absolutely disgraceful that this contract dispute should involve the closure of public toilets in the heart of the West End.

“We call on Lord Ashcroft to instruct his company to re-open the closed toilets without further delay. Westminster Council needs to sort out this dispute urgently so that visitors, shoppers and tourists are not further inconvenienced by this dispute.”

Oh dear.



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