• Chief exec shown the door with diamond-encrusted gold-plated package
• Ruling party’s councillors push through three-pronged deal worth £332k
• Formal disciplinary inquiry into gross misconduct allegations bypassed
• Outgoing CEO’s long-awaited last day will be Halloween
This afternoon every single member present from the council’s ruling party, the IPPG, voted to approve a pay-off for the authority’s under-fire chie...
Last Saturday I published a post on my blog called ‘The party’s over’ concerning Cllr. Bob Kilmister’s shock announcement that he, as leader of the county council’s Pembrokeshire Alliance party, had, in his own words: “enter... Read more →
They say a week is a long time in politics, and for the Pembrokeshire Alliance last weekend alone must’ve seemed like its ‘annus horribilis.’ ...
Any shred of credibility the Pembrokeshire Alliance had left was obliterated in spectacular form yesterday. The top brass of the county’s newest political movement which dubs itself as the ‘alternative’ to the corrupt ruling IPPG, revealed so... Read more →
He’s been in a changeable mood of late has the council leader, Cllr. Jamie Adams. Who could forget the way he dumped his trenchant support for chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones at the door of the council chamber a few weeks back at the extraordinary counc... Read more →
The announcement this morning that the leader of the council had sharpened his axe and hacked away at his cabinet came as quite a surprise to some. Though, those in the know had an inkling that something was on the horizon. You’ll recall a few weeks ago ... Read more →
Monday saw the resumption of the extraordinary audit committee investigation into the council’s mishandling of public cash via dubious grant awards for historical properties in Pembroke Dock. The last time the extraordinary committee met was in January. ... Read more →