The News Shopper web site has ran a story about Greenwich Council sending six representatives over to China.
In a way that sounds fair enough, we are going to be a host borough for 2012.
But then you read that Newham sent only four, and those went cattle class where as Greenwich Council (or us tax payers) stumped up for Business Class seats.
Then consider also that Newham has the Olympic Stadium and village, which surely gives them more of an interest in the games than Greenwich.
So Greenwich paid £14,000 to fly six people out.
Newham paid £9000 to fly out four.
News Shopper named three of Greenwich's representatives as Council Leader Chris Roberts, Councillor John Fahy, and council chief executive Mary Ney. Who were the other three I wonder?
Did we really need to send more than Newham?
In these times when so many of us are tightening our belts did they need to go Business Class?
Greenwich Council, promoting equality and quality of life for all, especially themselves (yeah I said that on the News Shopper site, but I like it so I'll re-use it).
It's this sort of thing that makes me lament the passing of Greenwich Watch.