A commenter on another local councillor's blog accuses me of promoting a West Suffolk unitary in isolation. But in my post I referred to an East as well as a West, and we all know what the permutations are for the rest of the county after a Western unitary has been defined, without my repeating the obvious. His own selection is simply stated but not argued.
The blogger then accuses Conservatives of protecting their position. By definition there are not enough vacancies for existing councillors in any Suffolk unitary set-up, but that applies equally regardless of the shape or number of new councils.
Or does he think that SEBC's plans for a Western unitary (which he actually claims to support) include retaining the current number of county and district seats? He and others will not have long to wait for the draft concept statement to appear.
Watch this space...