Such is the sage advice we receive on a daily basis we really should do a ‘ Wirral Leaks’ self help book.
Chapter 1 would be about the ruling administration at Wirral Council taking themselves down the steps at the back of Wallasey Town Hall and throwing themselves into the River Mersey. If this is a hate crime we are proud to say we are guilty as charged.
However in the mean time we publish the recent contributions we have received that we feel the need to share in the public interest.
First off we follow up our Wirral Council Have Got To Pick A Pocket Or Two… with this pertinent advice :
Dear Sirs,I have as well as many other businesses received a letter stating that I will be fined if I do not process my business waste via their channels.I urge all businesses to send the letter back minus their name and address to the sender of the letter stating that in future we do not want their waste!Regards
However it has been revealed that another pay-off of almost £100,000 made by Bristol City Council to its former chief executive ‘the Blessed Anna’ was not a contractual obligation, according to auditors.
Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees insisted Anna Klonowski was entitled to the cash when she left in September 2017.
But the council’s auditors said it was “inappropriate” for the authority to say the payment was contractual. Read full story here : Bristol council’s £98k payout to chief exec ‘not obligatory’
So can we advise when Wirral Council wants to pay off the likes of Webb, Noone, Fowler, Maddox, Coleman, Wilkie,Adderley ,Burgess, Degg ( we always put these 3 together – we can’t think why!) , Fish, Hassall, Blott, Norman, Lyon etc; etc; they need to act in the public interest and remember the words :
However we’ll leave the last word to ‘our betters ‘ at Wirral Chamber of Commerce and particularly their Chair, Sandra Kirkham aka ‘Our San’, who advises us lesser mortals in a Tweet from last month:
Whilst is looks as though San has also attended the ‘Sybil Fawlty School of Statin’ The Bleedin’ Obvious’, along with Anna Klonowski, it would also appear her message about skills and what we do in schools is somewhat undermined by the fact that she (or whoever writes Wirral Chamber of Commerce’s tweets) doesn’t seem to know the difference between ARE and OUR…