“Behaviours” Part 2

The first instalment describing the behaviour of council officers was posted here. This is all material that I provided to the Commissioner for Ethical Standards during the failed complaint by the then 4 most senior council officers. My view was, and remains, that this was a deliberate attempt to shut me up. They hated (and… Continue reading “Behaviours” Part 2

Education Inspection Report

Education Scotland today released one of the worst ever inspection reports on an education service. You can read it all at this link: argyllbuteinea210317 If you want to see the summary assessment only, ie their assessment against the quality criteria, it’s as follows: Earlier today, the acting executive director covering education issued a quite extraordinary… Continue reading Education Inspection Report

“Behaviours”, Part 1

To complete the story about Calum McMillan, Audit Scotland has refused to look into the expenditure incurred by the council defending his claim. Further approaches have been made to Audit Scotland by myself and Michael Russell, but we doubt they will heed them. Anyway, I have just sent the following to all councillors, the 4… Continue reading “Behaviours”, Part 1

Rothesay Harbour, again

The previous posts on the goings on at Rothesay Harbour are to be found at these links: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 The request for internal audit to investigate the council spend on defending the action by Calum McMillan is available again here: request-for-an-internal-investigation-into-the-possible-misuse-of-council-funds This straightforward request was rejected with the… Continue reading Rothesay Harbour, again

Rothesay Harbour, Part 4

I have published 3 posts on the story of Calum McMillan and Rothesay Harbour. These are to be found here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 As I made clear in Part 3, Calum McMillan had little choice but to abandon his claim given the potentially huge costs of going to a proof in the… Continue reading Rothesay Harbour, Part 4