Members of the public who complained about our idiot Lord Mayor, Jeff “CUNT” Lovell, calling them “a disease” for attending the council budget meeting in February have received a response from a couple of the council’s useless lawyers, Pauline “Cow” Cowley and Nancy “Boy” Rollason. Is this because Lord Mayor Cunt is too much of a PUSSY to respond himself?
Cowley and Rollason – who signs off as ‘Head of Legal’ – explain that they are writing on BEHALF of the Monitoring Officer, Shahzia “DIM” Daya, who “determined the issue” before disappearing on long term SICK LEAVE!
So why’s she off sick all of a sudden? Is Dim Daya’s oversight of last year’s budget and the CRIMINALITY involved finally catching up with her? And why is her colleague now Head of Legal? Has Dim Daya been relieved of some of her duties by any chance?
Naturally Daya’s response is FARCICAL. The dim one explains that “the complaint centres on the interpretation of phrases used by Lord Mayor Jeff Lovell”. No shit Sherlock! Although it’s a pity that Daya then doesn’t bother to identify – let alone interpret – any of Cunt Lovell’s phrases before concluding he used “language that is designed to foster an INCLUSIVE atmosphere”!
The rest of the letter is a load of irrelevant CARPING from the lawyers about conduct in the public gallery at the meeting, which nobody’s complained about.
How do these overpaid fuckers get away with producing this shit?
The full correspondence is below:
Complaint to Monitoring Officer regarding Jouncillor Jeff Lovell
Date of Complaint 24 February 2017
Name of Complainant
Allegation against Councillor Jeff Lovell
Nature of Allegation Disgraced the office
Outcome: The Monitoring Officer can decide either that
no action should be taken (with reasons) or
refer the matter for investigation or
take other action (including mediation or training).
Details: This complaint relates to the behaviour of the Councillor Jeff Lovell at Full Council meeting on 21 February 2017
Decision: No further action to be taken
Reasons for the decision:
I have viewed the web cast from 20 minutes on. The webcast shows the chair, Lord Mayor Jeff Powell managing the budget presentation by the Mayor. The complaint outlined in the email of 24 February centres on the interpretation of phrases used by Lord Mayor Jeff Lovell, acting as Chair in this meeting.
I note that prior to the alleged incident, there were a number of interruptions from the public gallery, starting at 21 minutes. These last on average half a minute. There are at least 9 interruptions which affect the delivery of the budget by the Mayor. Swearing is audible at times, although this subsided to low level heckling.
Throughout, the chair demonstrates a desire to run the meeting efficiently and with due process. He uses a tone that is polite firm and fair and uses language that is designed to foster an inclusive atmosphere. He gave repeated warnings and an explanation of the powers of the Chair.
I do appreciate that this was an emotive meeting and that people wished to protest against cuts, the outcome of which would mean changes over which they have little control.
Shahzia Daya, Interim Monitoring Officer, Bristol City Council
27 March 2017
She’s go off sick because she knows her days are numbered, the second independent investigation will conducted under employment law and as an officer with a statutory duty it’s clear she failed in that statutory duty allowing a legally binding budget to be agreed on entirely false information.
In relation to the open and democratic process of permitting members of the public to attend council meetings and sit in the public gallery – as a result of the protests that led to the suspension of proceedings twice when the recent budget was debated – a flunky from the corporate safety team, Mark White, is now proposing that the council introduces a system where members of the public wishing to attend such meetings will in the future have to book because access will be by ticket only allowing the flunkes to screen attendees and doubtless deny access to those likely to disrupt or protest against anything in the future, so much for open local governance, public scrutiny and democracy