Dr Toxic’s latest hit is a real Song for Europe (and Waddon)

It’s unlikely to be at No1 when the next charts are announced, and Justin Beiber has little to fear.

But Dr Toxic’s little ditty might just end up becoming an ear-worm for the Waddon councillors who sought election on a promise to oppose the building of a waste incinerator in Croydon or on its boundaries, and once back on the council voted in favour of the £1billion incinerator scheme at Beddington Lane.

For more information on the pollution threats and health risks, www.stoptheincinerator.co.uk

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1 Response to Dr Toxic’s latest hit is a real Song for Europe (and Waddon)

  1. I love it.
    The evil trio cannot blame Labour for once!
    So proud that http://www.shirleylife.com banners are prominent!

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