It is the 11th anniversary of the seminar after which ‘no one can say they did not know’

It is the 11th anniversary of the seminar after which ‘no one can say they did not know’

Labour’s claims to have changed and to have learned from past experience, has a rather hollow ring if one looks at Labour candidates that will be proposed by them and if elected, will still be in the Town Hall.

Readers nominees so far, for ‘Labour’s due-diligence, biggest failure prize 2016’:

Adalat, Shakoor
Atkin, Alan
Beaumont, Christine
Beck, Dominic
Ellis, Sue
Godfrey, Maggie
Hoddinott, Emma
McNeeley, Rose
Roche, David
Rushforth, Amy
Sims, Kath
Tweed, Simon
Whysall, Jennifer
Wyatt, Ken

If a reader should know of others, be grateful for the info, or if you would like to suggest reasons for these candidates to be considered due-diligence failures, either leave a comment, or email me here, Rik.

Note* Prof Jay’s Report

We now have an account of this seminar from the person who gave the presentation, Jayne Senior, in her recently published book.

4 thoughts on “It is the 11th anniversary of the seminar after which ‘no one can say they did not know’

  1. Leading members of the council and the 3 CLPs. And the MPS expect us to believe their glib denials that they knew nowt and cse grooming etc was never mentioned!

    Oh yes. We believe in the tooth fairy too!

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    • So will anything be done about these “paid by the public Officials” MP’s, Police Officers, Deputy and Chief Constables and other paid RMBC Officials If it is proved they knew and did nothing?

      Didn’t RMBC, Sheffield, Doncaster and Barnsley Councillors make up the South Yorkshire Police Authority for years, under a Chairman and Vice Chairman – who I believe, correct me if I am wrong, eventually became the Police and Crime Commissioner. Who is looking into what they knew and why nothing was done years ago?

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