A couple of days ago Craig Murray posters mysteriously started appearing on lamp posts and road signs around Norwich. As anyone with knowledge of politics in Norfolk would know, this is not acceptable as a legitimate means of campaigning. It might work in Scotland (somewhere Mr Murray has more experience of), but in Norfolk, indeed throughout most of the country, it is fly posting.
After some protests I gather Broadland District Council and Norwich City Council had to go around and remove Mr Murray's posters.
Now as someone who claims to be an "honest" man, will he reimburse the council tax payers in these areas for the costs of clearing his street litter ?
Mr Murray likes to attack political parties with a very broad brush approach intimating that all people in political parties are the same, but it ought to be noted that none of the political parties go out fly posting causing unnecessary expense to the taxpayer.
If campaigning and fly posting rules can be so easily flouted by Mr Murray it does make you wonder.