Exclusive – the Standards Panel Findings are in for Wirral Tory Councillor David Burgess-Joyce


The perceived racist / offensive nature of the above tweet, sent on 16th July 2019 caused ourselves and 6 other people to lodge complaints with Wirral Council.

The panel’s findings 

In brief…

  • The tweet was made in Councillor Burgess-Joyce’s official capacity as a Wirral Councillor
  • The tweet was highly offensive to David Lammy MP
  • The tweet was intended to cause offence
  • David Lammy MP was not treated with due respect
  • The words used fell outside the protections of Article 10 of the Human Rights Act
  • There was a breach of the Standards Code

Link to Standards Panel meeting:


Here are two of our recent tweets, which pinpoint the hypocrisy of our local right-wing Labour Councillor, Paul Stuart, who was only too happy to unwittingly point out his own hypocrisy for all to see at the above meeting:

And for those wondering why we – in our official complaint – regarded Councillor David-Burgess-Joyce’s tweet as ‘criminally racist’ – a position now rescinded – didn’t report it to the police…

…we, unlike Councillor Stuart and Angela Eagle MP, didn’t drop everything and run to the media in the next heartbeat to further a malevolent, nasty, political vendetta i.e. #Brickgate.

The sanction(s) to be applied to Councillor Burgess-Joyce are not yet decided. 

Don’t go to the Tory newspapers in search of these. They’re awaiting the nod from Wirral Council, which would then give them the clearance they require to report the news.

So you’ll be out of luck…🙄

Watch this space… 😎

Abuse of disabled people

Wirral Council spent nine years plundering the bank accounts of a large number of Angela Eagle MP’s learning disabled constituents – total sitting ducks – who were in no position to defend themselves from this local authority, which was an abusive, “statutory protector”.

Eagle, for her part, fell silent, probably because the abuse was being meted out by her own political ‘brothers in arms’ i.e. local members of the Labour Party’s nutty, right-wing, bloodstained, Blairite tendency.


And in their accustomed, frantic desire to manage their soiled corporate reputation, Wirral Council decided to hold the above highly sensitive meeting in a nice, quiet backroom with NO CAMERA FACILITIES.

So much for welcoming in a new era of openness and transparency eh, readers?

Luckily, John Brace turned up to film MOST of the meeting. Sadly, the important bit at the end, the delivery of the damning verdict, is missing.


Apologies for the poor sound quality throughout.

This could have been avoided if Wirral Council had considered their own, oft-stated obligation to the overriding public interest, filmed it, and streamed it on their website.

In which case it would have been CRYSTAL CLEAR and professionally broadcast, but that simply wouldn’t do, would it…………?


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I will not be giving any money to the 100s of UK charities who are falling over themselves *now* to drop #PrinceAndrew… …given that they did nothing when he was linked to a paedo-rapist & it took a reputation damaging @BBCNewsnight interview to shift their arses into gear.

So there.


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Ex-cop in Russia with Epstein tapes reveals Assange escape plan




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Dirty Dershowiz


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Epstein’s sex-slave slams Prince Andrew



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Epstein Blackmail Operation Tapes in Russia

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False Flag “Whistleblowing” – A Guide – Part Two – Starring Frank Field MP


Why is it when Members of Parliament and bogus ‘whistleblowers’ hook up together, they only succeed in tarnishing themselves and smearing innocent, dignified, courageous people?


Fantastic [adj] Imaginative or fanciful. Remote from reality.

False Flag Whistleblowing – A Guide – Part One – Starring Angela Eagle MP

5th October 2016

Fantastic Story Number #2 – Frank Field, Birkenhead MP, has been ‘fighting the corner’ of 4 ‘whistleblowers’

Except he hasn’t.

But through the ownership and cultivation of a dedicated media team, with contacts at newspaper groups Trinity Mirror and Newsquest – and much further afield nationally – he has the ear of the media, a reputation as ‘a bit of a bruiser’ and the presence and power to step in and direct, manipulate or even mangle the message to his own ends.

In this fabulous example, he certainly has a knack of getting journalists to present elaborate packs of lies as plausible, convincing, or even bordering on’factual’.

I don’t think most of the journalists involved here are aware that they’re being heavily duped.  If they do know what it’s all about, why are they willing to ‘sup with the devil’? Perhaps the experienced seniors who do know what’s behind it are keyed in to the parlous condition of their industry and are just glad of the work he provides.


More detail

Let’s dismantle a few of the falsehoods that have been dutifully put out there for public consumption by the local media, in response to being prodded and leaned on by Frank, the Birkenhead MP of 40 years’ standing.

“Frank Field is fighting on behalf of a group of whistleblowers.”

Wrong on two counts.

Firstly, his primary motivation is not to promote, aid or protect others.  On this occasion he’s been absolutely desperate to protect himself and his election agent, Councillor George Davies.  This is explored below.

Secondly, as time has passed, the four (now three) employees involved here – who appeared to set out as whistleblowers with good intentions – have now proven themselves simply to be complainants – and complainants with an agenda.

To be recognised as ‘protected’ whistleblowers, they would need to have suffered a detriment, registered a Public Interest Disclosure Act complaint and had it confirmed. Whistleblowing externally to the media requires the information disclosed to be factually correct, rather than just a “reasonable belief”.  If there’s no detriment or dismissal, there’s no legal basis for a whistleblowing claim.

There’s also not been any allowances made to accommodate coercion or blackmail – not the last time we checked.

Once upon a time, about 7 years ago, this group of workers informed their superiors that they had serious misgivings about a large highways contract (HESPE – Highways and Engineering Services Procurement Exercise) that had been let by Wirral Council, commencing on 1st April 2008.

The contract itself was groundbreaking for Wirral Council because it was the first time that its Highways Services – roads maintenance, street lighting maintenance, traffic lights, etc. – were being outsourced to an external contractor.

This maintenance work had been carried out in-house for many years by the council’s Direct Labour Organisation (DLO) based in the Wallasey Depot.

There’s no space to delve into any close detail about the technical ins and outs of the contract, save to say in summary that the bid documentation for the winning contract – drawn up by a company called Colas – contained some highly unusual clauses.  These massively understated the true costs of much of the maintenance work, and were way below the prices declared in all the competing bids.

Which made no sense whatsoever – even to the lay observer – yet Colas somehow managed to win the Wirral Council £40 million contract (costs plus) for 5 years’ work.

We believe the employees took their complaint through the correct channels initially, but were fobbed off – as so often happens with power abusing councils – and why should Wirral be any different?

Being Birkenhead residents, they then went externally to Frank Field – in 2011. The contract was three years old at the time.  He described them in the media as ‘whistleblowers’ – perhaps they even regarded themselves as ‘whistleblowers’ – which seemed a reasonable assumption to make as they were originally council highways workers who’d been TUPE’d across correctly to Colas along with several other colleagues before the commencement of the new contract.

Meanwhile, they’d called upon the Audit Commission to examine the process – who reached a damning verdict on the council director – David Green – the man who’d approved the Colas bid.

As can be seen here, Frank Field was highly critical, but noticeably very careful to apply distance between himself and the council.  He finished his contribution by stating –

“Serious fraud was impossible”.

This was a puzzling statement to make, which will have made some of us raise a startled eyebrow back in 2011.  How could he know this?

Knowing how intimate and controlling his unseen ties to this abusive council were, we were intrigued to see Field feigning a few degrees of ‘separation’ – an ‘independence’ that didn’t exist in reality.

As stated above, his own election agent is (was) Councillor George Davies, deputy council leader, joint deputy leader of the Labour group and councillor for Claughton, Birkenhead.

It’s well known that Field and the council are constantly in one another’s pockets… and we smelled a rat.  For him to declare from on high … “Serious Fraud is Impossible” …  at a council where he was pulling the strings and benefiting hugely from this cosy arrangement … meant he was up to something.  We didn’t know exactly what at the time, but it did not augur well.

But all became much clearer as things developed.

Following Field’s intervention on the HESPE contract, four directors at Wirral Council were suspended: Monitoring Officer Bill Norman, Director of Technical Services David Green, Deputy Finance Director David Taylor Smith and Director of Finance Ian Coleman.

A number of warm summer months went by with all four at home drawing full pay – and then hey presto! – external consultant Richard Penn turned up, investigated the complaint and all four were cleared with ‘no case to answer’.

The directors were paid off various eye-watering amounts and parted company with Wirral under a management restructure, leaving through so-called early retirement or severance.

Time passed and despite Frank Field’s initial very public huffing and puffing, the four complainants and their highways complaint appeared to become consigned to the dustbin. The clearing, gagging, paying off of the officers and clean bills of health for each appeared to tick all the boxes for Frank Field.  But what of the complainants?  Had he been stringing them along from the outset?

Still more time passed … and it seemed yes, the complaint had been conveniently forgotten.  Mr Field’s silence indicated he had what he wanted, but the complainants certainly did not.

One day however, roughly a year later, it was all resurrected once more.  Behind the scenes, the persons who became known as “the group” revealed a wholly different aspect to their motivation, one that didn’t gel with the previous ‘public-spirited’ approach – one that had failed.

They were not going to let it lie, and it got dirty.  Was this their response to being cast aside by Frank?  Let’s explore it some more…

Some time shortly before October 2014, they set out to make a covert recording(s) of Councillor George Davies, and did.  There is nothing unlawful about this action in itself, but it depends what happens with the information.

Within it, George Davies allegedly made a racist remark about Surjit Tour, Bill Norman’s successor as Wirral Council’s monitoring officer.

If there was ever any doubt about their status as ‘whistleblowers’, at this point it was confirmed – if not publicly, certainly to those in the know.

Once they’d acquired this recording – other recordings have been hinted at – it was time to go back to their MP, let him know about their ‘change of circumstances’, perhaps enquiring whether Mr Field recalled their unresolved Highways complaint.


We obviously don’t know for sure but it’s probably safe to assume that the tape recording was played to an ashen Frank Field.


Under direct threat of his own election agent being exposed as an alleged racist, and with his feet held to the fire, it was time for Frank to step up and shift into overdrive with the obedient newspaper people.

Their contribution came in the shape of a fantastic (in the sense of fanciful) plan to buy off the four complainants with £192,000 of council tax payers’ cash and nullify the threat that was being brandished over his head.


Here was how Frank and his media chums’ heartfelt, moving story emerged in two local newspapers:



Frank went to great lengths to emphasise the ‘suffering’ that had been endured by these ‘whistleblowers’ (none of whom had lost their jobs or evidently suffered a detriment). Remember,  if there’s no detriment or dismissal, there’s no legal basis for a whistleblowing claim.

Stating that they’re all skint because they’ve had costly legal fees won’t wash, particularly when you know they’re all still busy working and nobody got sacked as a result of speaking out.  And see the MX comment above – why did Frank Field drop his four ‘suffering’ constituents and wait a whole year before speaking out on the controversial £48k?

If he’d been ‘battling’ on the complainants’ behalf he wouldn’t have dropped the ball for 12 months while their bank accounts got rifled by Sue, Grabbit and Runne’s Birkenhead based bandits, would he?

As you can see above, we’ve pinched some relevant comments from these articles to throw some light onto the hidden, sordid flip-side – the shadowy prime mover – the elaborate deceit that was now dictating all Frank Field’s public actions and statements.

We can also confirm a statement made by John Brace’s blog earlier this year, where he revealed that the recipient of the controversial £48,000 payment around October 2013 was the now former Head of Neighbourhoods and Engagement Emma Degg.

There is a further truly amazing tale, this time by no means fanciful, behind the circumstances of this – which we are not going to reveal here and now.  That will be left for a rainy day in the future.





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Wirral Council Porn

Wirral Council Porn

Big boss, the prime mover,

Curled up beneath his desk,

Clutching office hoover,

Doing something quite grotesque.


The lawman, dodging libel,

Takes copious notes all day,

But swearing on the Bible,

He will have his wicked way.


Giving head and golden showers,

Engaging in group sex,

Nakedly abusing powers,

Then handing out group cheques.


New guy, Contract Killer,

Fresh from frantic move,

But settles and relaxes,

As his tongue presents to groove.


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Barr, Epstein, Prince Andrew and CIA. Interview.



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Are you being bullied at work? Here’s some detailed advice that worked for me and helped me to retire, aged 50!

the pen is mightier than the sword

The following passages may be useful for people in serious trouble in the workplace.  You may have been getting bullied for no reason. Or you may have blown the whistle on a crime, malpractice, abuse, lodged a grievance, a complaint, and been going through internal processes, hoping that the next particular meeting will be the one that resolves it all.

But why are they dragging their feet? Why is there no progress?  It’s about goodwill on both sides after all. But very often, you can end up being treated as a ‘troublemaker’ and have suddenly become ‘the problem’ and therefore, in the twisted logic of those persons above you who abuse their power, you’re the one that’s carefully being lined up to be eliminated.

There may be no smoking gun to show you or anybody else that this is the case. But I’ve been there, it lasted a year the first time, two and a half years the second time, and I saw senior management’s masked reluctance, quickly turning to open hatred, very keenly!

These passages consist of 30 carefully written phrases which you can lift and use immediately, or maybe adapt, chop and change for your own purposes.  They were penned in the heat of the moment. Anger and frustration were my dominant emotions at the time, but I’ve channeled and condensed all those feelings down into pithy and persuasive words. Whatever you choose to do, they’re designed to provide inspiration and to help you get your brain into gear.

There’s nothing worse than sitting and squirming in front of a blank piece of paper or an empty, beckoning screen, when you’re desperate for the right words.

So put the kettle on. Have a slow, leisurely read. These scenarios always follow a predictable path. And these suggestions are focused very much on “the end game”.

Pick the ones that suit your situation, fill in the required words and names where there are spaces or an ‘x’.  Change them. Tailor them. Sharpen and hone them. When happy, zap them off to the suits, those self-important ingrates who’ve been dishonestly ruling over you with a rod of iron.

Show them you’re no pushover.

This stuff really works and can petrify stupid, powderpuff managers.

Stupid? Powderpuff? What am I saying?

Most of our managers are superbly intelligent, strong, creative and inspirational beacons of light, keen to follow due process and set a shining example, aren’t they?



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Best of luck and let me know how you get on !

Paul Cardin

6th November 2019


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