Monday, January 26, 2009

STANDARDS BOARD REPORT: The mystery deepens...


11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is that where all the money went?

Anonymous said...

Is that a "Little Dig" perchance ?

Marty Hopkirk said...

It's just Storey helping Bradley to dig his own grave the way he has since day one.

nil desperandum said...

The Standards Board won't release their report on Bradley until another kid has been shot dead. How can I be so sure? Think about it. The Lib Dems released the Standards Board's verdict on Storey on exactly the same day the jury reached a verdict in the Rhys Jones trial. Fancy that for a coincidence. A good day to bury bad news? You might think so if your own political grave was being dug. So I hope Bradley comes clean before he needs to seek shelter, like Storey, behind the death of kids

radiorogerside said...

Another one saying wish me luck as you wave me goodbye..And he thought we had him down as being an American..Whatever, still as slippery as a sackful of jellyfish. Check out his home movie
http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/videos-pictures/videos/2009/01/27/kris-donaldson-prepares-to-leave-liverpool-culture-company-100252-22798755/

Anonymous said...

what utter politics from the bullshitter

Anonymous said...

http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/liverpool_direct_bt_contracts#incoming-3494

I don't beleeve it! said...

Well, well, now what a relief for leader Bradley. To discover he is just a silly nieve, under great pressure, out of his depth councillor. All that worry from that disgraceful Standards Board he will have to get some mileage in now. Thinking it was going to compromise him demanding tickets for this show and that show for his family and friends. All the freebees he has let go by in the last year, in case it would snooker him. Let Flo take over for a while, I bet he will be on a few jollys and overseas jaunts from now on..

Come on Jase now you can dish the dirt, no need to hold back now is there.

Anonymous said...

so bradley is innocent what a load of rubbish and they wonder why more people wont get involved in local politics.this is a joke

Anonymous said...

Sadly the report was a foregone conclusion - all the 'regulators' in the UK exist only to delude the public into thinking there is a means of redress and to ultimately exculpate the people and organisations they are there to deal with.

It is pointless to ever believe they will do otherwise as they are all as corrupt and slimy as the inept, incompetent and generally useless morons who are lining their own pockets at the expense of the vulnerable.

Anonymous said...

Public services 'crippled in years'
Tuesday,
March 10, 2009

Over 50 per cent of public sector senior managers believe that the pressures they currently face in delivering public services are so severe that unless new approaches are adopted, public service delivery will be crippled within the next five years, according to research by the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA).

The managers also said the only way public services can meet future demand is for frontline staff to "come up with sweeping new ideas". Ninety per cent feared the recession would lead to budget cuts which will impair delivery but these cuts are leaving senior public servants with no choice but to embrace new ideas and adapt to changing conditions.

NESTA said that if public services don't undergo "radical change" soon, the cost of coping with major economic and social challenges – such as an ageing society, an increase in long term health conditions, obesity and climate change – will reach £500bn by 2025. The statement was made as NESTA launched its 'Public Services Innovation Lab' which is designed to test how public services can be delivered in radical new ways. The Lab will be chaired by ...........Sir David Henshaw............., chairman of NHS Northwest and former chief executive of Liverpool City Council.

NESTA chief executive Jonathan Kestenbaum said: "The pressures on our public services have never been greater. Yesterday's solutions to tomorrow's problems won't work. NESTA's Lab will bring together all the players across public service delivery to come up with fresh ideas and radical thinking to deliver better public services for significantly less. Our starting point will be to place public services innovation at the heart of decision making."

NESTA wants major government departments to ring fence at least 1 per cent of their budgets for innovation. The idea is that this would create a resource for innovation across central government of more than £2.7bn.

Link: EXCLUSIVE: It's kill or cure time for public services

http://www.publicservice.co.uk/news_story.asp?id=8839

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