Breaking: Eling resigns as Sandwell Council leader

Steve Eling, a close ally of right-wing Labour MPs Tom Watson and John Spellar, has resigned as leader of Sandwell Council, following his suspension by the Labour Party pending investigation into complaints covered by the SKWAWKBOX.

Eling had flagged his intention to step aside after a self-justifying interview with a friendly local journalist.

He was replaced on Monday night as leader of Sandwell Labour group by Steve Trow, a cabinet member who shared more than just a first name with his predecessor.

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3 responses to “Breaking: Eling resigns as Sandwell Council leader

  1. Brilliant work Steve, bullying in the workplace is one of the most destructive things in our country. It prevents those who would otherwise rise to become more democratic leaders and players.

  2. “Steve Trow, a cabinet member who shared more than just a first name with his predecessor.”
    What… mistress, mother, bondage safe word, trainspotting, footie team, Blairble reading, what?

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