Off they go on the Oriental Express To a ancient land far and beyond Visions of China Theme Park Research is the official given reason Hard at work they shall be Not another jolly surely Those who are going on … Continue reading
Richard Russell’s election material for Rother Vale Ward. If candidates were made by Carlsberg this would probably be one of the poorest of this years cohort of duds: .
Rotherham’s Labour Group Shabana Ahmed Jahangir Akhtar Shaukat Ali Jenny Andrews Lauren Astbury Alan Atkin Ian Barron Christine Beaumont Dominic Beck Alan Buckley Jo Burton Maggi Clark Simon Currie Judith Dalton Barry Dodson John Doyle Sue Ellis Jacqui Falvey John … Continue reading
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council has been controlled by the Labour Party since the reorganisation of local government in 1974, which created the current structure we operate under today. Power corrupts! Absolute power, corrupts absolutely! Were it ever thus? Labour has … Continue reading
Party games are well under way in the battle to be selected or reselected by their Party to give them another four years, with their snouts in the trough! Ward Incumbent Party Anston & Woodsetts Ward Jo Burton Lab … Continue reading
This latest task for Rotherham Politics readers may need to wait for the weekend for a detailed inspection of these important documents. Those who, perhaps surprisingly, have failed to declare hospitality, may ultimately prove to be the most fruitful? We shall see!
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|Doyle J||Doyle J G&H|
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|Foden J||Foden J G&H|
|Hussain M||Hussain M G&H|
|Kaye B||Kaye B G&H|
|Pickering D||Pickering D G&H|
|Russell P||Russell P G&H|
|Russell R||Russell R G&H|
|Smith G||Smith G G&H|
|Stone R||Stone R G&H|
|Wyatt K||Wyatt K G&H|
These documents should be studied in conjunction with these downloads: A job for Easter?
Exam Results are in:
I know there are comments on this site that question the academic prowess of certain Rotten Metropolitan Borough Council Elected Members; however the 100% pass rate on the ethics papers may undermine this widely held view point.
No grade creep here, no exam marking changes a 100% pass rate, all candidates selected question three as the correct answer.
3 Try to shaft the hospital for £250.000 for a planning application regarding car parking?
Well done boys and girls a gold star for everyone, no wonder it’s called Rotten MBC.
Now some controversy has crept into the news surrounding the exam results, some individuals who are not Elected Members have said that answer 2 is correct,
2 Adopt an open book approach to delivering community services and share back office resources to reduce costs?
Yes, they are right but not if you are a Labour Councillor at Rotten MBC.
Regrettably it has been brought to my attention (by the THT prefect) that following the heads up that the topic of Steel Action would feature in a future exam paper that the newer members of RMBC have been caught cheating by asking questions of their older and much wiser colleagues, they even asked some of those involved in the project, naughty, naughty.
It is also understood that the very mention of the words Steel Action resulted in a deathly silence descending on a room in THT with all eyes fixed on the big three, one started to perspire and loosen his tie, one started to cough and splutter so hard he went bright red and the final one clutched his chest while desperately looking for his GTN spray.
At this point a Member with First Aid skills considering the possibility of having to perform mouth to mouth resuscitation on one of the big three made himself scarce and let the GTN take effect.
Given the level of cheating on the topic of Steel Action the exam board are now looking how best to form the Steel Action question bank.
More exam papers to follow.