Summer holiday or not, the cuts go on
If you have ever wondered what there is left for Will Tuckley to do when almost every job has been farmed out to some other body you might wish to wonder some more.
As part of its ongoing programme of cuts Bexley council has chopped more people out of its Human Resources Department by handing over responsibility to the London Pension Fund Authority. I doubt they will do the job for nothing so the scope for savings must be miniscule.
All Bexley council pensioners, including presumably former Chief Executive Nick Johnson on £50,000 a year in very dubious circumstances, have been sent a letter which begins as follows…
Presumably the HR Department staffing is already reduced below an acceptable level because no one was available to sign the letter.
You may remember that a month ago Mick Barnbrook made a number of allegations of crime against both police and council officials for their role in the lying councillor Cheryl Bacon business. The one against Will Tuckley and Mrs. Lynn Tyler was not acknowledged but just as Mick was about to pursue the matter he was telephoned by the Met’s Directorate of Professional Standards. They asked what outcome would satisfy him and he gave the obvious answer; an appearance in court.
For now the case has been referred back to Bexley police for investigation so I suspect a cover up and a referral in due course to the Independent Police Complaints Commission is on the cards.
The way we register to vote is changing in order to combat the fraud possible under the present system. I received my letter yesterday which confirms my opt out from the open register has been continued.
I have received one report from someone who says that his opt out has been lost in the transfer so it may be a good idea to check your letter very carefully.