Well had a call tonight with an invite, love to go sounds a bit like a Julius Caesar reunion party, who stabs who first. but what ever you think the contest is wide open.
- Richard Carvath
- Mr McFadden
- A mystery Tory
- Mr Bell?
- Lord Sutches ghost
- Uncle Tom Cobly
- Every news guy you can think of.
What ever you think it will be a night to remember,the night Salford labour Lost to ? who do you think..
The funny part was i had no idea we were even in, someone put us down as Swindon South Liberal Democrats. Well any way it’s great we are being read and thanks again for voting.
Very sinister the way the Cllr Mold article appeared. Sure it has been done by another political party. Disgusted that Lib Dems jumped in. about an hour ago
Funny thing being a Councillor, your phone never stops ringing, you would be amazed at the amount of calls you get, Most days it will be someone with a problem, no matter how small ,you try to look into it,same if someone complains, when you get four in one day over the same issue there is a problem. I was asked for my opinion why,maybe my strong views on drink etc? was this man doing any thing illegal? not what i could see. but the images where sadly not conducive in dealing with some of the intense problems this city and many others across this country face. When we take on the role of councillor we must raise the game, we visit schools, and many other sites where we come into contact with impressionable young people,we must therefore show a high level of moral standards. My argumant was the naive way these pictures have been allowed to fall into the wrong hands sending out the wrong message. I make no excuse for my views or beliefs, if that jumping in than so be it.
Communities Secretary John Denham today announced a review to examine how Town Hall chief officers are being allowed to walk off with big pay-offs after falling out with the council’s political leadership.
Today’s action has been prompted by a spate of cases where well-paid local authority executives have been dismissed with large severance payments – only to be appointed shortly afterwards to a senior position in another authority. Some executives appear to have parted company on the basis of a fall-out or personality clash with the council leader – not because of any shortcomings in their professional abilities.
Mr Denham has asked the Audit Commission, which is responsible for monitoring Local Authority finances, to look at the specific issue of so-called ‘boomerang bosses’ and to establish whether the practices and procedures that govern this issue are sufficiently robust to protect the taxpayer and offer value for money.
He wants to be reassured that taxpayers’ money is not being used inappropriately.