The Liberal Democrats in Taunton Deane, have now achieved a new low by putting up a political billboard in Wellington Road Cemetery. “If I had relatives buried in this cemetery I would be most upset at this disrespect to the deceased.” The cemetery is owned by Taunton Deane Borough Council, who said permission had not been given for any party to put up placards.
For this reason, the council will not give candidates and parties permission to display their campaign material on land or buildings owned by the authority.” The Liberal Democrats in Taunton have since apologised for their “overzealous” volunteer who put up the sign and say it has been moved.
A spokesman for the party said: “We are being overwhelmed by the desire to put Lib Dems boards and posters up around Taunton in the run up to the county elections.
The history of Indian immigration to New Zealand can be mapped in three distinctive phases.
The earliest Indians to settle in this island country were men from the Indian states of Punjab and Gujarat.
Jason Botha (25), a Trinity postgrad from South Africa, was one of about 60 people at an event on Wednesday.