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Calls For Faster Investigation Into Collin Brewer

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Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 7:01am 17th June 2013

Campaigners are demanding an investigation is sped up into the Wadebridge councillor who said disabled children should be put down.

Collin Brewer said sorry and quit over the comments.

Since he has been re-elected he has been quoted comparing them to deformed lambs.

James Ball is hoping campaigners come face to face with him in Liskeard later.

It is after a march through Wadebridge over the weekend, which attracted around fifty people.

James told Pirate FM: "Everybody wants to know what his reaction is to our protest - but there's nothing coming out from him.

"He's had a holiday, he's come back and there's nothing."

The new leader of Cornwall Council has already said he believes Mr Brewer should stand down.

John Pollard described his postition as "untenable."

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