As the dust settles on the chief executive’s protracted departure, many questions remain. One is how the package Bryn Parry-Jones eventually fled the authority for was different to the one which 29 councillors pushed through the council chamber on 16th O... Read more →
UPDATE: The court injunction to prevent the revised pay-off from going ahead has failed. The papers were formally lodged at the eleventh hour by Cllr. Paul Mill...
The appointed auditor to Pembrokeshire County Council, Anthony Barrett, has this afternoon issued a formal notice to halt the controversial third of a million p...
Shortly after the costly vote by a narrow margin to pay-off the council’s chief executive, I wondered how long it might take the councillors who supported...
• 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 →