It’s not unusual for Tory Tossers to sling their toys out of their prams when they don’t get their own way – but surely David Munro’s behaviour following his de-selection as Surrey’s Police & Crime Commissioner was a bit OTT? Even for him. Guess losing the plumply salaried job was a bit of a blow for the serial glory-seeking politician who is photographed more often than Meghan Markle. But, to be pushed aside by a woman and Alfold’s Bobby – no longer on the beat. WOW!
Charlotte Alice Chorico – a qualified Criminal Solicitor beat Alfold’s Waverley Borough Councillor Kevin Deanus to take the top nomination, by just a narrow margin – 20 votes.
Was DM about to take defeat gracefully? Not bloody likely – with a face like a slapped arse it was obvious to everyone involved he wanted to stamp his DM’s all over both of them. He believed having shoved up the council tax to employ 100 more officers for the county – saying – “I want to win again like I did in 2016” his future job was in the bag?
The arrogant Mr Munro asked the lady in waiting:
“Why if the incumbent is doing such a good job, can you justify standing against him. When she replied:
Said Charlotte Alice Chorico: “It’s called democracy.”
At which point she was selected and DM threw down his rattle and his jellycat and stomped off without congratulating his successor.
After one questioner from SW Surrey Conservatives asked Mr Munro what he would do about the potholes in the lovely area of Waverley? Perhaps someone should tell the dozey Cllr TT Jeanette Stennett – That roads are a county matter and nothing whatsoever to do with the Police.
Another member present said that he found the partisan behaviour displayed by sections of the audience rather distasteful. He claimed that Guildford councillors seemed to be mainly supporting Kevin Deanus while those from SW Surrey remained loyal to David Munro, who in 2016 recaptured the role of PCC for the Conservatives from an Independent. Saying afterwards: “He had won the position back and was hung out to dry.”
Guildford Conservative Association chairman Bob Hughes, who was also at the selection meeting said: “In choosing our Police Commissioner Candidate, Surrey Conservatives had three excellent people to choose from.
“Cllr Kevin Deanus is a leading figure in Guildford Conservatives and I know that many turned out to support him, but Charlie [Chorico] is clearly a rising star who will be an excellent commissioner, and I know that Guildford will support her enthusiastically.
Perhaps not all Captain Bob?
”Youth Crime and hate crime is rising in Cranleigh New Town and the Eastern Villages.