UPDATED: County Council plan to reveal retirement sum of Chief Executive - but not until summer 2014

Early retirement: Jill Stannard, head of Cumbria County Council

Early retirement: Jill Stannard, head of Cumbria County Council

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CUMBRIA County Council has announced the early retirement of its Chief Executive Jill Stannard.

Mrs Stannard, 55, will step down next month and is likely to be replaced by an interim CEO.

But South Lakes MP Tim Farron has demanded full transparency over what he calls the 'golden handshake' she is now set to receive.

Mrs Stannard - earning £170,000 per year - had her application for early retirement agreed by the County Council’s Chief Officer Panel.

The authority says all council employees aged 55 years and over who have been employed by the council for more than two years are eligible to apply for early retirement and each application is considered on an individual basis.

But in a stinging attack openly directed at the Tory-Labour led authority, Mr Farron called it a 'shameful announcement'.

He said: "They have chosen to commit hundreds of thousands of tax payers money to funding this pay off, but they can’t find funds to fix Cumbria’s 40,000 potholes."

"While they agree this huge golden handshake, they are increasing the price of meals on wheels to elderly people, and cutting the wages of hard working teaching assistants.”

He also claimed the decision was 'rushed through just days before the election'.

He added: "People across our county will be outraged by this out of touch decision, and rightly so.”

The authority said today (Wednesday) that confidentiality prevents it from disclosing the amount at this stage but it would be made public in summer 2014, as this would be when the annual accounts for 2013-14 are published.

The authority expects to make a further £50 million of savings between April 2014 and 2016.

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The authority said her decision to retire follows 'a series of service reviews being commissioned by her to develop options for re-shaping the council'.

These will be considered when the results of the county council elections on May 2.

In a statement today on why the figures would not be made public, the council said: “At this stage the precise financial terms of the chief executive’s departure are private and confidential, and we have a duty to respect personal information surrounding all our employees.

"However, we will be explaining more about the financial savings made from the revised senior management arrangements once new interim arrangements are put in place – and these will reflect the budgetary implications of the chief executive’s early departure.

"Our full-year accounts also publish in full the financial implications of any early retirements of senior officers.”

The authority explained that the authority will have a senior management restructure and, 'in this context, Jill Stannard has considered her own position and has applied for early retirement in the interest of service efficiency."

"The decision to appoint an interim chief executive is one that needs to be made by full council, with the next full council meeting due on 16th May.

"The county council also has in place robust and effective ‘acting up’ arrangements involving other corporate directors to ensure service continuity in the chief executive’s absence."

Meanwhile, politicians of all colours congratulated Mrs Stannard.

Council Leader Eddie Martin said: "Jill has worked tirelessly for the people of Cumbria, and she has made a huge impact on the improvement journey of Cumbria County Council.

"From her very first official day as Chief Executive she oversaw the successful management and recovery from the floods of 2009, always putting communities and residents first.”

Today (Wednesday 24) Councillor Martin responded to Mr Farron's criticism of road repairs by saying that the county council had spent £8.2 million on them in South Lakeland which he said included £750k of extra funding, repaired over 13,000 defects and gritted roads amounting to 93km.

Meanwhile, deputy Leader Stewart Young said: "Jill has provided leadership at a time when the council has faced significant challenges. Her commitment to the organisation has always been apparent with the way she has supported staff through some very difficult times, as we strive to achieve major savings while still protecting frontline services.”

Liberal Democrat leader Ian Stewart added: "I want to thank Jill for her contribution in leading Cumbria through difficult times and I wish her well for her retirement."

In a message to all county council staff, Jill said: “My retirement opens the door for a change in the way that the council is managed at the most senior level, changes which I hope will lead to further savings.

"What always strikes me here in Cumbria is that, no matter what the challenge, our staff always face it head on and finds solutions. This council is a great place to work with truly dedicated and committed staff and, as I prepare to leave, I take this opportunity to once again pay full credit to the people who work here."

Mrs Stannard joined the authority in 2005 as the Corporate Director for Adult Services.

Prior to that she worked for Hampshire County Council as Assistant Director of Social Services.

The county council statement added: "She has over 23 years experience working in adult social care and has a proven track record of delivering service improvements and working successfully with health authorities and the third sector.

 

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5:24pm Tue 23 Apr 13

Jonah7 says...

What most people do not realise is that the tax payer picks up the bill for any increased pension costs for the rest of the employee's life. In this case that could easily be 30 years! Some golden handshake!!!!!!
What most people do not realise is that the tax payer picks up the bill for any increased pension costs for the rest of the employee's life. In this case that could easily be 30 years! Some golden handshake!!!!!! Jonah7
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6:06pm Tue 23 Apr 13

jazzactivist says...

Agree, Jonah7. No one else, other than bankers, MPs and public sector execs, receives a huge lump sum and then a continuous payout of a large pension on early retirement. This 'golden handshake' system has to stop completely, as it is more important to provide public services for the majority of the county than benefit one individual and her family. Tim Farron is right to ask for transparency about it, but he should also be questioning similar payments to MPs and other elected members.
Agree, Jonah7. No one else, other than bankers, MPs and public sector execs, receives a huge lump sum and then a continuous payout of a large pension on early retirement. This 'golden handshake' system has to stop completely, as it is more important to provide public services for the majority of the county than benefit one individual and her family. Tim Farron is right to ask for transparency about it, but he should also be questioning similar payments to MPs and other elected members. jazzactivist
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6:54pm Tue 23 Apr 13

craggy says...

When is our MP going to realise that he is in power, its all very well getting his name in the papers pointing out problems but it is incumbent on him to actually do something about it.
When is our MP going to realise that he is in power, its all very well getting his name in the papers pointing out problems but it is incumbent on him to actually do something about it. craggy
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7:26pm Tue 23 Apr 13

whitevanman2 says...

someone somewere will know the answer to this ........ what percentage of our Council Tax goes towards paying Council employees pensions ???
someone somewere will know the answer to this ........ what percentage of our Council Tax goes towards paying Council employees pensions ??? whitevanman2
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8:49pm Tue 23 Apr 13

dancer58 says...

Disgusting !
Disgusting ! dancer58
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9:33pm Tue 23 Apr 13

GResie says...

Hmm, Tim seemed very quiet while his (Lib Dem) colleagues got rid of a whole host of SLDC employees these past 3 or 4 years with some hefty pay-offs - still it wasn't just coming up to election time then.
Presume Tim would have preferred CCC to ignore their contractual obligations.Yes its a huge amount of money that is hard to justify even though she was overseeing a £1bn budget, but if that's what the contract is for, that's what must be paid no matter how unpalatable to those of us on a more moderate wage

No doubt Tim will turn down any parachute payment and pension when he decides to call it a day as an MP, I would hate for him to be showing any double standards
Hmm, Tim seemed very quiet while his (Lib Dem) colleagues got rid of a whole host of SLDC employees these past 3 or 4 years with some hefty pay-offs - still it wasn't just coming up to election time then. Presume Tim would have preferred CCC to ignore their contractual obligations.Yes its a huge amount of money that is hard to justify even though she was overseeing a £1bn budget, but if that's what the contract is for, that's what must be paid no matter how unpalatable to those of us on a more moderate wage No doubt Tim will turn down any parachute payment and pension when he decides to call it a day as an MP, I would hate for him to be showing any double standards GResie
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10:10pm Tue 23 Apr 13

Kendal Jock says...

Absolutely obscene payoff! No wonder she's smiling, retiring at 55, eligible for early retirement after only 2 years and, we pick up the bill. Typical public sector.
As for Tim!...complaining about cuts to teaching assistants wage. Why do we need them?. It's only another let-off for the overpaid-underworked teachers.
Absolutely obscene payoff! No wonder she's smiling, retiring at 55, eligible for early retirement after only 2 years and, we pick up the bill. Typical public sector. As for Tim!...complaining about cuts to teaching assistants wage. Why do we need them?. It's only another let-off for the overpaid-underworked teachers. Kendal Jock
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10:12pm Tue 23 Apr 13

Kendal Jock says...

craggy wrote:
When is our MP going to realise that he is in power, its all very well getting his name in the papers pointing out problems but it is incumbent on him to actually do something about it.
Hear! Hear! craggy.
[quote][p][bold]craggy[/bold] wrote: When is our MP going to realise that he is in power, its all very well getting his name in the papers pointing out problems but it is incumbent on him to actually do something about it.[/p][/quote]Hear! Hear! craggy. Kendal Jock
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7:09am Wed 24 Apr 13

Lakeuk says...

Am I missing something, I don't see any mention of what the golden goodbye is, could be a carriage clock for all we know
Am I missing something, I don't see any mention of what the golden goodbye is, could be a carriage clock for all we know Lakeuk
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9:17am Wed 24 Apr 13

PeterRogerson says...

Lakeuk wrote:
Am I missing something, I don't see any mention of what the golden goodbye is, could be a carriage clock for all we know
You are correct, there is no actual amount in the article that has been mentioned, apart from her current salary. I think we should leave of for the minute until we know the full facts, then we can lay into them!!!
[quote][p][bold]Lakeuk[/bold] wrote: Am I missing something, I don't see any mention of what the golden goodbye is, could be a carriage clock for all we know[/p][/quote]You are correct, there is no actual amount in the article that has been mentioned, apart from her current salary. I think we should leave of for the minute until we know the full facts, then we can lay into them!!! PeterRogerson
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9:47am Wed 24 Apr 13

Spotty Fish says...

Overpaid-under worked teachers Kendal Jock? Would never have happened in your day eh? But then that was probably the last century!
Overpaid-under worked teachers Kendal Jock? Would never have happened in your day eh? But then that was probably the last century! Spotty Fish
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10:50am Wed 24 Apr 13

magical trevor says...

GResie - "Tim seemed very quiet while his (Lib Dem) colleagues got rid of a whole host of SLDC employees these past 3 or 4 years with some hefty pay-offs "

Standard redundancy and early retirement pay outs....either quantify your statements with facts or don't try to make a bad story out of something you know nothing about. What a ridiculous statement to make.
GResie - "Tim seemed very quiet while his (Lib Dem) colleagues got rid of a whole host of SLDC employees these past 3 or 4 years with some hefty pay-offs " Standard redundancy and early retirement pay outs....either quantify your statements with facts or don't try to make a bad story out of something you know nothing about. What a ridiculous statement to make. magical trevor
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10:52am Wed 24 Apr 13

nixon1 says...

Spotty Fish wrote:
Overpaid-under worked teachers Kendal Jock? Would never have happened in your day eh? But then that was probably the last century!
Last century? You mean 13 years ago?
[quote][p][bold]Spotty Fish[/bold] wrote: Overpaid-under worked teachers Kendal Jock? Would never have happened in your day eh? But then that was probably the last century![/p][/quote]Last century? You mean 13 years ago? nixon1
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1:27pm Wed 24 Apr 13

Spotty Fish says...

It was a long one!
It was a long one! Spotty Fish
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4:48pm Wed 24 Apr 13

archiebored says...

hope all the low paid care workers that where shafted by single status. bought in whilst she was on the council. and were told sign or your sacked get a good retirement too.
hope all the low paid care workers that where shafted by single status. bought in whilst she was on the council. and were told sign or your sacked get a good retirement too. archiebored
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10:39pm Wed 24 Apr 13

Ricky T Legg says...

Kendal Jock wrote:
craggy wrote:
When is our MP going to realise that he is in power, its all very well getting his name in the papers pointing out problems but it is incumbent on him to actually do something about it.
Hear! Hear! craggy.
Unfortunately I think that you will find that an MP of any colour can do four fifths of a certain well known quantity about this sort of thing. Unless of course we all get behind him and support a mass protest......
What really concerns me is the point made by Jonah7 when he/she says:-

"What most people do not realise is that the tax payer picks up the bill for any increased pension costs for the rest of the employee's life. In this case that could easily be 30 years! Some golden handshake!!!!!!"

.....and this is a contractual obligation apparently.
[quote][p][bold]Kendal Jock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]craggy[/bold] wrote: When is our MP going to realise that he is in power, its all very well getting his name in the papers pointing out problems but it is incumbent on him to actually do something about it.[/p][/quote]Hear! Hear! craggy.[/p][/quote]Unfortunately I think that you will find that an MP of any colour can do four fifths of a certain well known quantity about this sort of thing. Unless of course we all get behind him and support a mass protest...... What really concerns me is the point made by Jonah7 when he/she says:- "What most people do not realise is that the tax payer picks up the bill for any increased pension costs for the rest of the employee's life. In this case that could easily be 30 years! Some golden handshake!!!!!!" .....and this is a contractual obligation apparently. Ricky T Legg
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7:22am Thu 25 Apr 13

craggy says...

Ricky T Legg wrote:
Kendal Jock wrote:
craggy wrote:
When is our MP going to realise that he is in power, its all very well getting his name in the papers pointing out problems but it is incumbent on him to actually do something about it.
Hear! Hear! craggy.
Unfortunately I think that you will find that an MP of any colour can do four fifths of a certain well known quantity about this sort of thing. Unless of course we all get behind him and support a mass protest......
What really concerns me is the point made by Jonah7 when he/she says:-

"What most people do not realise is that the tax payer picks up the bill for any increased pension costs for the rest of the employee's life. In this case that could easily be 30 years! Some golden handshake!!!!!!"

.....and this is a contractual obligation apparently.
No, my point was every week we get another press release from Farron telling us how outraged he is by some nice, easy no brainer that nobody could disagree with. Closure of Lancaster A&E, Golden Handshakes, who would disagree with him!
Yet when we actually look into his statements there is very little behind them - there are no plans to close the A&E and the article above makes no mention of what the actual figure involved is!
What about contentious issues? Strangely quiet from the Farron press machine on the recent Zip Wire debate!
[quote][p][bold]Ricky T Legg[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kendal Jock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]craggy[/bold] wrote: When is our MP going to realise that he is in power, its all very well getting his name in the papers pointing out problems but it is incumbent on him to actually do something about it.[/p][/quote]Hear! Hear! craggy.[/p][/quote]Unfortunately I think that you will find that an MP of any colour can do four fifths of a certain well known quantity about this sort of thing. Unless of course we all get behind him and support a mass protest...... What really concerns me is the point made by Jonah7 when he/she says:- "What most people do not realise is that the tax payer picks up the bill for any increased pension costs for the rest of the employee's life. In this case that could easily be 30 years! Some golden handshake!!!!!!" .....and this is a contractual obligation apparently.[/p][/quote]No, my point was every week we get another press release from Farron telling us how outraged he is by some nice, easy no brainer that nobody could disagree with. Closure of Lancaster A&E, Golden Handshakes, who would disagree with him! Yet when we actually look into his statements there is very little behind them - there are no plans to close the A&E and the article above makes no mention of what the actual figure involved is! What about contentious issues? Strangely quiet from the Farron press machine on the recent Zip Wire debate! craggy
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12:49pm Thu 25 Apr 13

GResie says...

magical trevor wrote:
GResie - "Tim seemed very quiet while his (Lib Dem) colleagues got rid of a whole host of SLDC employees these past 3 or 4 years with some hefty pay-offs "

Standard redundancy and early retirement pay outs....either quantify your statements with facts or don't try to make a bad story out of something you know nothing about. What a ridiculous statement to make.
So its OK to be outraged over a golden handshake aka 'standard redundancy and early retirement' payment for someone on a very (and thats another issue) high salary (no details, not confirmed just leaked to Tim) but not on redundancies that have actually gone through been completed and that you and I are already paying for (from a £1m+ restructure fund at SLDC).
Ah well....
[quote][p][bold]magical trevor[/bold] wrote: GResie - "Tim seemed very quiet while his (Lib Dem) colleagues got rid of a whole host of SLDC employees these past 3 or 4 years with some hefty pay-offs " Standard redundancy and early retirement pay outs....either quantify your statements with facts or don't try to make a bad story out of something you know nothing about. What a ridiculous statement to make.[/p][/quote]So its OK to be outraged over a golden handshake aka 'standard redundancy and early retirement' payment for someone on a very (and thats another issue) high salary (no details, not confirmed just leaked to Tim) but not on redundancies that have actually gone through been completed and that you and I are already paying for (from a £1m+ restructure fund at SLDC). Ah well.... GResie
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5:57pm Thu 25 Apr 13

searcher21c says...

The real thing to watch will be how long it takes her to "accept" a similar position elsewhere after she starts her pension from here. Or even "accept" a consultancy role doing the same job with this or any other council. That's the real scandal with local government and all other taxpayer-funded posts.
The real thing to watch will be how long it takes her to "accept" a similar position elsewhere after she starts her pension from here. Or even "accept" a consultancy role doing the same job with this or any other council. That's the real scandal with local government and all other taxpayer-funded posts. searcher21c
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3:45pm Fri 26 Apr 13

GaryKD says...

Does anyone know how many Chief Exec's Cumbria has had since being formed, as she's only been in post for 8yrs? The UK Average earnings are £26,500 per annum, why do many of these 'Top Exec's' need hundreds of thousands a year, let alone huge pensions?
Does anyone know how many Chief Exec's Cumbria has had since being formed, as she's only been in post for 8yrs? The UK Average earnings are £26,500 per annum, why do many of these 'Top Exec's' need hundreds of thousands a year, let alone huge pensions? GaryKD
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9:12pm Fri 26 Apr 13

SteveAtkinson says...

A question is asked on this forum as to what percentage of Council tax is taken up by public sector pensions, that percentage guys is, and depending upon the area, around the 28% mark. So your paying into a scheme for public servants that sees them retire usually early and to live in the financial security that we cannot live in whilst at work !
Also, CCC Leader E Martin states here that he cannot reveal the magnitude of Stannards settlement "for contractual and individual personnel issues", this is utter illegal garbage. The Communities and Local gov state any such info "must be transparent and must be published" as a legality, but particularly as it "is our money" !.
Guys, the only reason they are attempting to hide this is because it is a huge amount of money and (local elections in the offing) because it is politically dangerous to them, and they know very well they cannot keep info regarding our own money from us.
Personally I reckon non of us should pay another penny here till everything is made public - end off !
A question is asked on this forum as to what percentage of Council tax is taken up by public sector pensions, that percentage guys is, and depending upon the area, around the 28% mark. So your paying into a scheme for public servants that sees them retire usually early and to live in the financial security that we cannot live in whilst at work ! Also, CCC Leader E Martin states here that he cannot reveal the magnitude of Stannards settlement "for contractual and individual personnel issues", this is utter illegal garbage. The Communities and Local gov state any such info "must be transparent and must be published" as a legality, but particularly as it "is our money" !. Guys, the only reason they are attempting to hide this is because it is a huge amount of money and (local elections in the offing) because it is politically dangerous to them, and they know very well they cannot keep info regarding our own money from us. Personally I reckon non of us should pay another penny here till everything is made public - end off ! SteveAtkinson
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10:01pm Fri 26 Apr 13

Kendal Jock says...

searcher21c wrote:
The real thing to watch will be how long it takes her to "accept" a similar position elsewhere after she starts her pension from here. Or even "accept" a consultancy role doing the same job with this or any other council. That's the real scandal with local government and all other taxpayer-funded posts.
@searcher21c...My feelings as well.
As they say; "watch this space", although, she could disappear way down
south, then we wouldn't hear anything.
Whatever the payout, it will be very substantial, unless someone has the guts
to stop it.
[quote][p][bold]searcher21c[/bold] wrote: The real thing to watch will be how long it takes her to "accept" a similar position elsewhere after she starts her pension from here. Or even "accept" a consultancy role doing the same job with this or any other council. That's the real scandal with local government and all other taxpayer-funded posts.[/p][/quote]@searcher21c...My feelings as well. As they say; "watch this space", although, she could disappear way down south, then we wouldn't hear anything. Whatever the payout, it will be very substantial, unless someone has the guts to stop it. Kendal Jock
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10:12pm Fri 26 Apr 13

SteveAtkinson says...

Its got to be us Kendal Jock, whats to stop us, all of us !l
Its got to be us Kendal Jock, whats to stop us, all of us !l SteveAtkinson
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1:58pm Sat 27 Apr 13

SteveAtkinson says...

PeterRogerson wrote:
Lakeuk wrote:
Am I missing something, I don't see any mention of what the golden goodbye is, could be a carriage clock for all we know
You are correct, there is no actual amount in the article that has been mentioned, apart from her current salary. I think we should leave of for the minute until we know the full facts, then we can lay into them!!!
Yes but that,ll be next year Peter, and thats not acceptable.
[quote][p][bold]PeterRogerson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lakeuk[/bold] wrote: Am I missing something, I don't see any mention of what the golden goodbye is, could be a carriage clock for all we know[/p][/quote]You are correct, there is no actual amount in the article that has been mentioned, apart from her current salary. I think we should leave of for the minute until we know the full facts, then we can lay into them!!![/p][/quote]Yes but that,ll be next year Peter, and thats not acceptable. SteveAtkinson
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11:51am Mon 29 Apr 13

PeterRogerson says...

SteveAtkinson wrote:
PeterRogerson wrote:
Lakeuk wrote:
Am I missing something, I don't see any mention of what the golden goodbye is, could be a carriage clock for all we know
You are correct, there is no actual amount in the article that has been mentioned, apart from her current salary. I think we should leave of for the minute until we know the full facts, then we can lay into them!!!
Yes but that,ll be next year Peter, and thats not acceptable.
Correct again...needs to be sooner!
[quote][p][bold]SteveAtkinson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PeterRogerson[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lakeuk[/bold] wrote: Am I missing something, I don't see any mention of what the golden goodbye is, could be a carriage clock for all we know[/p][/quote]You are correct, there is no actual amount in the article that has been mentioned, apart from her current salary. I think we should leave of for the minute until we know the full facts, then we can lay into them!!![/p][/quote]Yes but that,ll be next year Peter, and thats not acceptable.[/p][/quote]Correct again...needs to be sooner! PeterRogerson
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6:30pm Mon 29 Apr 13

SteveAtkinson says...

It really is up to us to create a row here guys, and without this or any type of opposition "nothing will happen". I say again we should all suspend paying council tax till CCC disclose what they know they have to - by law !

Who,s with me ???????????????
It really is up to us to create a row here guys, and without this or any type of opposition "nothing will happen". I say again we should all suspend paying council tax till CCC disclose what they know they have to - by law ! Who,s with me ??????????????? SteveAtkinson
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7:09am Tue 30 Apr 13

craggy says...

SteveAtkinson wrote:
It really is up to us to create a row here guys, and without this or any type of opposition "nothing will happen". I say again we should all suspend paying council tax till CCC disclose what they know they have to - by law !

Who,s with me ???????????????
So Farron has done it again! Quick press release containing no actual facts and his fans are up in arms, meanwhile he keeps his head down and carries on climbing his ladder!
[quote][p][bold]SteveAtkinson[/bold] wrote: It really is up to us to create a row here guys, and without this or any type of opposition "nothing will happen". I say again we should all suspend paying council tax till CCC disclose what they know they have to - by law ! Who,s with me ???????????????[/p][/quote]So Farron has done it again! Quick press release containing no actual facts and his fans are up in arms, meanwhile he keeps his head down and carries on climbing his ladder! craggy
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6:34pm Tue 30 Apr 13

Kendal Jock says...

@Craggy...Farrons press machine is, of course the Gazette. It has to be, as his photo opportunities are very regular, gets a lot of press coverage and knows in advance where he can be seen. He has been known to turn up at events for a quick picture, where he wasn't even invited. Insider info?
@Craggy...Farrons press machine is, of course the Gazette. It has to be, as his photo opportunities are very regular, gets a lot of press coverage and knows in advance where he can be seen. He has been known to turn up at events for a quick picture, where he wasn't even invited. Insider info? Kendal Jock
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10:16am Mon 6 May 13

Lakeuk says...

National paper has revealed to numbers today, quite frankly shocking
National paper has revealed to numbers today, quite frankly shocking Lakeuk
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3:39pm Mon 6 May 13

SteveAtkinson says...

Which paper Laleuk ??????
Which paper Laleuk ?????? SteveAtkinson
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6:23pm Mon 6 May 13

Lakeuk says...

Details - http://goo.gl/TRq3j
Details - http://goo.gl/TRq3j Lakeuk
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