Mr Milliband tries to set a good example. He wrote to a small person like me asking for views and support. He is from Doncaster, an area he appears unable to control, full of trouble, who his government named as worst spot for trouble in England before even they were embarrassed in NoW Scandal.
I have dared write on bus feedback leaflets for ages how bad Frenchgate centre and parts of town area. The atmosphere can be positively evi. The Doncaster Royal Infirmary knew people going so wild that they starved and procured learning disabled kids in their care.
You feel they will punish you for moralising to bus exec even. But now the press front page in shops names and shames. Doncaster has main trouble spots in opinion of professionals and newscasters dare report so. The bus area and Frenchgate centre and areas of town I felt were bad are identified as the worst areas which is so reassuring. The gangs and violent ones cannot easily call press and professionals cracked in the head for blacklisting them.
Mr Milliband cannot stop them. Who can? It seems trouble brings more riches than poverty. The ones causing trouble are not starving. Doncaster remains bad despite press condemnation. Nothing shames them. A true example of a small government leader trying to show himself as standing for better practice, in an area without sufficient strong authority figures to make his area's streets safe!