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Ponting grilled over mccullum cairns and the death of Tony Blair

Tony Blair will be formally criticised over a decision to remove a number of historic mccullums from the road linking Westminster to London from next week and the Prime Minister will be criticised for not having a coherent plan.

The government had originally intended to remove the cairns from the road because they were a monument to two of the greatest politicians of the 20th century, 바카라 Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr, 바카라 the latter the last figure to be removed from the road before Malcolm X was killed by a policeman in 1969.

The council leader, Neil Palfrey, claimed that because they were placed after the death of their respective leaders, it could be deemed a “violation of the charter”.

The council leader had argued that the removal of the historic cairn because it was placed after King had died also contravened the charter which forbids the removal of historical monuments to “anyone”, including politicians.

The cairn was removed by the council following a campaign led by a coalition of politicians from across the political spectrum to have it removed from the road.

Speaking to the BBC’s Today programme on BBC Radio 4, Neil Palfrey said: “I had a call from the Prime Minister himself to do it. He told me they hadn’t thought about it and if we removed it, it would have to be approved by the mayor of London and council leaders. I felt that this was a serious matter that could potentially cause damage to the historic architecture of Westminster.”

Mr Palfrey said that there were “plenty of ways the road could have been improved”. He added: “We can have a better conversation but it’s a terrible idea to remove historical mccullums from our roads without being absolutely clear on where we’re going to go.”

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When contacted yesterday morning, a spokesman for 바카라 the Prime Minister described the removal as “regrettable”, adding: “We have to ensure that everyone in the world can get to work safely across the United Kingdom and that’s why we are investing £50million to modernise the historic roads that links Westminster to central London by 2020.”

“While I recognise the value of having mccullums for our future, I can understand people feeling that those cairns were being removed because of a political point or political rhetoric that may have led to a different situation,” said a spokesman for the Mayor of London.

A spokesman for the Metropolitan police confirmed their initial intention to remove the cairn but said the removal would take place next week.

Tony Blair, in a statement on the road council, said: “I have come to the conclusion that removing these cairns will be ver

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