Election expenses probe to be concluded by November – and Hernandez talks about her past

Irrespective of whether the election expenses scandal was accidental or planned, rules dictate that those elections should be run again. Will this happen? Of course not – rules are made to be ignored when you are in government:


And where will this leave our Police and Crime Commissioner who recently did an interesting interview with a local radio station:

“The controversial police and crime commissioner who admitted smoking dope as a teenager has now confessed her love for hard-core gangsta rappers.

Alison Hernandez, who faces an investigation into the scandal over general election campaign spending, recently admitted smoking cannabis

Now the Tory police and crime commissioner (PCC) has revealed she was a one-time “fly girl” and a fan of California outfit NWA (Niggaz Wit Attitudes).

group’s debut album in 1988, Straight Outta Compton, began with the track “F**k tha Police”, a protest against police brutality and racial profiling.

Ms Hernandez, who grew up in Torbay – one of the most deprived areas in the South West – also told twitter followers she used to listen to Public Enemy, famous for the track Fight the Power, made famous in the Spike Lee movie Do the Right Thing.

The Exeter-based PCC’s revelations came during an internet discussion on the Cornish Truro Hour.

She chose the Beastie Boys’ (You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party) for David White’s BBC Cornwall show then explained how the New York trio sparked her love for Hip Hop.”


Well, that’s Torbay for you ..!