Monthly Archives: January 2017

Court Out

Originally posted on Wirralleaks:
Thanks to all those who have expressed an interest or forwarded information and comments about the court case involving Wirral Council currently unfolding in the Liverpool Civil & Family Court . Whilst the matters under discussion have…

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Employment Tribunal – Day Two – Alison Mountney versus Wirral Council

31st January 2017 Day Two There was a late start to proceedings this morning, with the case being delayed, before re-commencing at 11:20 AM rather than the planned 10:00 AM. Attendees Claimant Mrs Alison Mountney, represented by Mr Simon Mountney. … Continue reading

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Tribunal Case Goes Ahead – Day One – Mrs A Mountney versus Wirral Council

Whilst we at Wirral In It Together are generally, and with good reason, critical of Wirral Council, the public can rest assured that the reporting on this blog post will follow standard, statutory court reporting requirements and will make strenuous … Continue reading

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Employment Tribunal Case – Mrs A Mountney versus Wirral Council

30th January 2017 Here’s an excerpt from the CourtServe website listing a 5 day Employment Tribunal case starting today 30th January at Vernon Street Civil and Family Court at 10:00 am: The nomenclature in use above deciphers as follows: DDA … Continue reading

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Dear @jeremycorbyn, these MPs supported £18.5k to *UKIP*. Pls kick ’em out

Originally posted on The SKWAWKBOX:
Dear Jeremy, On 20 June last year, mere days before the referendum result that threw UK politics into turmoil, led to an immediate increase in racist attacks across the country and started a process that…

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19-page Letter to Labour NEC Disciplinary Committee by Wallasey CLP vice-Chair Paul Davies – published in FULL

[Download letter…] for-circulation-disciiplinary-hearing-2 27th January 2017 This letter came into our possession today and we are reprinting it in its entirety.  We make only a very brief introduction because the letter makes its own introductory comments and goes on to explain in … Continue reading

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Explosive statement from Wallasey vice-Chair to NEC highlights further abuse

Originally posted on The SKWAWKBOX:
Wallasey CLP (constituency Labour party) vice-Chair Paul Davies is the subject of a disciplinary investigation by Labour’s NEC (National Executive Committee) for defending his local members from discredited but highly-publicised and apparently politically-driven allegations. In…

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Exclusive: NEC member talks of damage caused by Labour right #powergrab (#Wallasey)

Originally posted on The SKWAWKBOX:
An email by a member of the Labour NEC (National Executive Committee) has come to the attention of the SKWAWKBOX – and it sheds a bleak light on the damage wrought by the power-grab executed…

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Wallasey CLP vice-Chair Paul Davies. NEC investigation this Wednesday

22nd January 2017 News reaches us that Paul Davies is being investigated by the Labour Party NEC this Wednesday 25th January 2017.  We assume this is a disciplinary hearing and the charge appears to be as follows: a sustained course of action … Continue reading

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Wallasey suspension extended without appeal. “But we still expect you when we want you”

Originally posted on The SKWAWKBOX:
The hubris of the Labour party’s General Secretary and of some parts of the NEC (National Executive Committee) is genuinely astonishing. Wallasey CLP (Constituency Labour Party) was suspended before the Labour leadership election based on…

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