Stockport LibDems stated that £6,679,000 to fund the new toxic waste dump primary school was coming from capital receipts – the sale of redundant school land for housing. I knew from attending meetings that they couldn’t sell this land, so I raised this matter repeatedly with the LibDem Executive Council at Stockport. Don’t be vexatious, they said, and they still do.

As you will see from the second document, only £1.6m came in the end from capital receipts meaning circa £5m had then to be borrowed to finance this ludicrously expensive school. Still, we mustn’t be “vexatious” and question corrupt LibDems.