foul play or vandalism? Tories' anger over
of a parliamentary candidate in Burnham-On-Sea are fuming after
signs promoting their party were ripped down and left scattered
over pavements in the town this week.
Conservative Party signs promoting David Heathcoat-Amory were
attacked in Berrow Road and the pieces left around the junction
with Gore Road.
Councillor Peter Burridge-Clayton, pictured with one of the damaged
signs, told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "It is sad and very disappointing
if this was a political attack."
signs have been attacked at this location here before, so it does
appear as though we are being targeted."
added that another sign had also been removed from a garden in
Liberal Democrat spokesperson told Burnham-On-Sea.com several
of their signs had been targeted locally as well.
have had a couple of signs go missing in Wedmore and are unhappy
about it. Hundreds of our signs went missing during the run-up
to the last election."