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EVERYTHING’S FINE

Originally posted on 2040 information law blog:
Due to the activities of a particularly noisy blackbird, I woke at 5.15am, and so headed to the ICO’s website to see if they had published their long-awaited report into politics and data analytics.…

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A crime suspect is chased through Wallasey by the police. What happened next…? And do we have our priorities right……..??

We paid a visit to the newsagents on Poulton Road, Wallasey this morning.  On our way there we heard someone over the road shout, “Twat…!!”. Our first thought was, is this someone from Wirral Council who’s recognised us?  But no, … Continue reading

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Our local councillor Adrian Jones washes his hands of Wirral Council abuse, then passes the buck to Reading Council

The recent history of this ongoing failure: 1 An emergency safeguarding message has been left with our representative on Wirral Council, Seacombe Councillor Adrian Jones – 4th June 2018 2 The causal link between a Wirral Council failure and a safeguarding emergency … Continue reading

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Reading Council Safeguarding emergency. Confirmation of Noone and Fowler’s compromise agreements

An earlier blog post on this subject: UPDATED: New figures for Wirral Council’s compromise agreements and gagging clauses Wirral Council produced and supplied the following table in response to an FOI request. As you can see, the names have been … Continue reading

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It’s “Wirral In It Together” ……as the Wirral Tory Leader closes ranks to march in step with his Labour chums

Well, we can’t accuse Tory Councillor Ian Lewis of “not being in step with the rest of the team” can we?  Not on this occasion.  When given the chance to clobber a cow’s arse with a banjo, i.e. to acknowledge … Continue reading

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Thousands endangered in Reading. Here’s the FOI request spelling it all out. Yet still… Wirral Council FAILED

The story so far See the following links for more on the unfolding situation in Reading: 1 An emergency safeguarding message has been left with our representative on Wirral Council, Seacombe Councillor Adrian Jones – 4th June 2018 2 The causal link … Continue reading

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Reading Council latest. The emergency safeguarding situation. Here’s some “Private Eye” cuttings.

See the following links for more on the unfolding situation in Reading: 1 An emergency safeguarding message has been left with our representative on Wirral Council, Seacombe Councillor Adrian Jones – 4th June 2018 2 The causal link between a Wirral Council … Continue reading

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It looks like holding Wirral and Reading Councils to account is not going to be easy

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    A safeguarding emergency in Reading – the story so far……….. 1 An emergency safeguarding message has been left with our representative on Wirral Council, Seacombe Councillor Adrian Jones – 4th June 2018 2 The causal link between a Wirral Council … Continue reading

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Reading Council latest. We hate saying “We told you so…” but…

Here are the three earlier blog posts re: the dangerous situation in Reading.  It should be noted that the CEO of Reading Council has “adopted radio silence” and has been in touch to say he will not be making any … Continue reading

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Safeguarding Emergency. An updating email to Councillor Jo Lovelock, Leader of Reading Council

Read about Reading Council’s safeguarding emergency here From: Paul Cardin  Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2018, 14:25 Subject: Re: Safeguarding matter [OFFICIAL] To: Lovelock, Jo (Councillor) <Jo.Lovelock@reading.gov.uk> Cc: <georgedavies@wirral.gov.uk>, <paulhayes@wirral.gov.uk>, <lesleyrennie@wirral.gov.uk>, <ianlewis@wirral.gov.uk>, <stevefoulkes@wirral.gov.uk>, Davies, Phil L. (Councillor) <phildavies@wirral.gov.uk>, Robinson, Eric <ericrobinson@wirral.gov.uk>, … Continue reading

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