What action wil be taken by chief executive …

Comment posted ‘Purdah’ Danced into touch? by coracle.

what action wil be taken by chief executive and returning officer – none. will she report this breach of electoral rules to electoral commission – no. senior management of argyll & bute council have slaves of ruling politicians. what do the palace say about princess anne being used in a political campaign like this? has editor of helensburgh advertiser over-stepped the mark in his long running publicity for councillor dance? rotten burgh, rotten council.

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  1. Or perhaps no one really gives a toss what Sally Loudon says.

    By her own actions she has reduced the dignity and stature of her position as chief executive to the point where her credibility has disappeared and her authority is reduced to throwing snarling hissy fits at disgruntled junior employees.

    So it is quite understandable when some of the rats ignore Captain Sally’s instructions to “form an orderly queue” and instead scramble for any advantage in order to grab a seat on the lifeboat.

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  2. I don’t think any of these people have any regard for the rules. They have been getting away with murder for so long, they think they are untouchable.

    Corrupt Councillors and Inept/Corrupt Executives

    Loved the use of “woods” btw lol

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  3. what action wil be taken by chief executive and returning officer – none. will she report this breach of electoral rules to electoral commission – no. senior management of argyll & bute council have slaves of ruling politicians. what do the palace say about princess anne being used in a political campaign like this? has editor of helensburgh advertiser over-stepped the mark in his long running publicity for councillor dance? rotten burgh, rotten council.

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  4. On the 13 April, during purdah, the dunoon paper had a picture of the photogenic! cllr marshall presenting a cheque to crossroads, but at an event some time before the ‘reporter’ had declined to take another councillors picture, and the accompanying article was in the same paper……….one rule for some eh? time to shake the lovely sally up, methinks.

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  5. Erm, both Vivien and Tony Dance are involved with the Friends of the Victoria Hall, and of course the revival of the Christmas lights.

    Of course, that doesn’t mean I like them or their wacky property development antics, but I think in this case there was a legitimate reason for Vivien to be there.

    And it’s up to the editor of the Advertiser to decide what to put on his front page.

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    …Sorry, that wasn’t nearly frothing or outraged enough, was it?

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