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Butler agrees to attend panel debate on homelessness

Inside Croydon

The leaders of the Labour group at the Town Hall may have tried to ban their colleague councillors from speaking to Inside Croydon, but there’s clear evidence that one of them, at least, continues to be an avid reader.

At risk: Alison Butler

Within half an hour of Inside Croydon reporting that Alison Butler, Labour’s deputy leader, had failed to respond to emails from film club organisers asking her to take part in a panel discussion in South Norwood next week on homelessness, linked to a screening of the documentary Dispossession, and the councillor was hitting the keyboard to say that she might, just might, have a window in her ever so busy diary.

“Butler had kept Stanley’s Film Club waiting without a response for ages,” one resident said.

“It’s surely more than simple coincidence that the article appeared online saying that Butler had blanked the screening, and…

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