Green party politician Jenny Jones says the Queen should move to Bromley

News Shopper: Green party politician Jenny Jones suggests the Queen should move to Bromley Green party politician Jenny Jones suggests the Queen should move to Bromley

A POLITICIAN has suggested the Queen move to a Bromley bungalow.

London Assembly Member Jenny Jones, who came third in last year’s mayoral race as a Green Party candidate, announced on Twitter: “Have started a blog on why the Queen should live in a comfy bungalow in Bromley or Sutton.

"We expect too much of her.”

Jonathon Kent tweeted in response: “The guillotine by all means, but Bromley is a cruel and unusual punishment”.

Adam Saunders suggested the monarch could move to Croydon instead.

Ms Jones, who lives in Southwark, said she is not sure where the blog will be published yet.

The former councillor paid the royal residence Buckingham Palace a visit in 2004 when she was named one of 200 Women of Achievement.

Do you think the Queen should move to Bromley? Leave a comment with your views below.

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5:24pm Wed 6 Feb 13

Gypo.Joe says...

What on earth is that bit of fluff under Phil the bubbles nose FFS.
What on earth is that bit of fluff under Phil the bubbles nose FFS. Gypo.Joe

7:14pm Wed 6 Feb 13

The Original Ranter says...

And taxpayers fund Jenny Jones. Another waste of money if not oxygen.
And taxpayers fund Jenny Jones. Another waste of money if not oxygen. The Original Ranter

10:23am Thu 7 Feb 13

the wall says...

Mayoral Candidate - third with 4.48%. Failed

Southwark Councillor - Failed

Parliamentary Candidate - Failed

Full of hot air - Not very green.

So, some twatting nobody leaves a twit and we are meant to talk about it like it seriously going to happen.
Mayoral Candidate - third with 4.48%. Failed Southwark Councillor - Failed Parliamentary Candidate - Failed Full of hot air - Not very green. So, some twatting nobody leaves a twit and we are meant to talk about it like it seriously going to happen. the wall

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