I READ with astonishment the statements made to the local newspaper by Councillor Andrew Morgan-Watts, the councillor who has been in three parties in three months.
I agree with Councillor Hills' comment that Mr 'Moveon' Watts exhibits an extraordinary level of indecisiveness' - I doubt that this is a quality that residents are looking for in a local councillor.
He now wants to join the Conservatives, but claims he is not 'a blue flag-waving Tory'.
At the same time, he appears to demand a front bench position. What about the loyal and hard-working Conservative councillors on Hounslow Council and what about the Conservative hopefuls, many of whom have campaigned for and supported the Tories for many years?
It appears they must make way to satisfy Mr Morgan-Watts' ambitions.
Is the party really advocating that Hanworth Conservative voters should vote for a man who professes not to be a Tory but wants to be part of the ruling party?
This is a nonsense and I think we need a statement from the Conservative leader to explain this strange anomaly.
Alex Beumer Bedfont