How to give a screw-up a positive spin

Since Hammersmith Bridge closed a few weeks ago, the Labour Mayor, Sadiq Khan, and Labour H&F Council have been arguing over who stumps up the cash to fix it.

Causing disruption to thousands, with the alteration of six bus routes, LBHF have come up with a novel way to address the problem – celebrate it!

They have put up large banners saying they are restoring Hammersmith Bridge to its full Victorian glory.   We need to celebrate the closure! Who knew? Ten out of ten for unabashed News Speak.D6_iiDmXoAI7o8w

One thought on “How to give a screw-up a positive spin

  1. Yes indeed. The use of the present tense is positively Orwellian. And an insult to people who rely on this bridge to get about. All that is happening is yet more buck-passing and bickering with TfL over money. The grim reality of a Labour-controlled London borough.

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