The Ram Brewery Inquiry in a nutshell

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In order to follow the events of the Ram Brewery Inquiry, I will list below the links to related article and contributions you might be interested to see:

  1. Pre-inquiry note
  2. Reports on the different days (report from week 1 by  Shirley Passmore, Week 1&2 by Sylvia Harrison, report day12 by Julia Matcham)
  3. Photos
  4. Martin Linton MP: evidence (Tuesday 24th)
  5. Wandsworth Society: proof of evidence (Thursday 26th)
  6. Cllr Tony Belton: evidence (Friday 27th)
  7. Cyril Richert: evidence (Friday 27th)
  8. Jonathan Smith: evidence (Friday 27th)
  9. Sylvia Harrison: evidence (Friday 27th)
  10. and many others which I did not receive by email, but feel free to send them and they will be added here.

Contributions can be sent by email to Toby Feltham: TFeltham@wandsworth.gov.uk

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3 Comments

  1. Lots of impractical and uneconomic ideas from the usual group of beards, weirds and disenchanted complainers who favour high taxation and state intervention. Over the years they have contributed nothing to the local economy. Roll on the election.

  2. sidney carton/Cyril Richert debate : keep it up – I’m really enjoying this….

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