Everyone deals with crises in their lives, every day. It starts when you are born and is your first personal crisis, but about the 100 thousandth for your mum. How do humans deal with these unwanted intrusions into a happy existence? Well they create rules. Rules called laws, rules which are dynamic and change with…… Continue reading The problem with Ideological Journalism.
Vincent O’Grady, Bundoora, Vic 3083 Date: 26 October 2017 Re: Roles and responsibilities of Councillors in relation to major policy decisions affecting the Population of the Isles of Scilly. Dear Councillor, I feel compelled to write to you regarding this matter because I believe that “council” has somewhat lost its way…… Continue reading An open letter to the Isles of Scilly Councillors.
What is “The Council?” and What is the Local Government Act 1972? In the United Kingdom Local government is currently regulated by the Act of the British Parliament called The Local Government Act 1972. The Act can be found here. http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1972/70/contents The definition of a “Council” under the Act is given in Section 2. Constitution…… Continue reading Transparency and the Isles of Scilly council.
Introduction When I did my University degree, it was part time over 6 years, rather than three years full time. 24 subjects whilst I was working in a pressure cooker of a job wasn’t easy but I stuck at it until I had one subject left to do, and I had planned to do that…… Continue reading Making the decision of who to vote for…
Timeline of the Discussion between Attorney-General and Solicitor-General about the process of seeking advice. Released under FOI. Prepared by Vince O’Grady 19 Oct 2016. This is the available evidence of the correspondence between the two offices. It is taken from the Freedom of Information Documents released under FOI S-G 01/2016 and the submissions of the…… Continue reading Brandis Gleeson Correspondence re Guidance Note 11