The leader of Norfolk County Council is to be brought before his own council’s standards committee over his role in the sending of an email which appeared to undermine a fellow Conservative council leader.

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A top lawyer, who was appointed by the county council to compile a report after seven people complained about the conduct of Derrick Murphy, told the authority she believed the County Hall leader did have a case to answer.

But bullish Mr Murphy last night said he was “confident” about the hearing and insisted he had no intention of quitting ahead of it.

Cambridge University-educated QC Jenni Richards, an expert in local government, was appointed to look into the complaints in August and submitted her report to County Hall on Christmas Eve.

While her report has not been made public at this point, she felt there was evidence to suggest Mr Murphy could have breached the councillor code of conduct.

The county council’s monitoring officer, head of law Victoria McNeill, and Stephen Revell, the council’s ‘independent person’ - a recently created role to help deal with standards matters - have agreed the authority’s standards committee should hold a hearing into the issue.

A spokesman for the county council said: “The monitoring officer and independent person have concluded there should now be a hearing by members of the authority’s standards committee and a date is being scheduled in liaison with the committee chairman.

“The committee will consider the report, following the procedures laid out in the county council’s constitution and decide whether any action is appropriate.”

The council has said it will publish the conclusions of the investigation when the matter is referred to the standards committee, but that it will be a matter for the standards committee as to whether the QC’s full report will be published.

The complaints surround an email which was sent by Kevin Vaughan, the political assistant to the Conservative group at County Hall, to BBC Radio Norfolk, in April last year.

It was sent two days before Nick Daubney, leader of West Norfolk Council. was due to appear on Nick Conrad’s show to discuss the King’s Lynn incinerator, which has long been a source of tension between West Norfolk and Norfolk County Council.

It suggested it might “be pertinent information” for the broadcaster to know that the borough council leader was facing “a serious leadership challenge” and that his authority had failed to procure alternative technology to the plant.

When the email came to light it sparked an independent investigation at County Hall, which concluded in the summer that Mr Vaughan had acted on the wishes of leader Mr Murphy.

Mr Murphy, who represents Freebridge Lynn division and has been leader of the county council since October 2010, previously said Mr Vaughan had been aware of abusive emails Mr Murphy had received during the incinerator saga and had been “caught in the crossfire”.

He said then: “There is no excuse for Kevin sending an email like that, but the two statements he made were factually correct and in the public domain.

“But I should have called up the Nick Conrad show myself. I wouldn’t have been the first politician to call up a journalist and I wouldn’t have been the last. I feel sorry for Kevin because he was caught in the crossfire.”

And last night he was bullish about the prospect of appearing before the standards committee. shrugging off rumours he might resign before it meets.

He said: “I will be there. It’s up to the standards committee what they decide and one cannot prejudge what they do.”

He said he was not surprised that the QC had concluded the committee should consider the complaints, but added: “I have been confident all the way through this.”

The complainants - John Martin, Ron Cornell, Jenny Perryman, Joy Franklin, Christine Hall, Mark Russell and Stuart Wilkie - have alleged that, in asking his publicly funded political assistant to suggest the questions Mr Conrad might want to put to Mr Daubney, that Mr Murphy had failed to treat both Mr Daubney and Mr Vaughan with respect and that he had brought his office or the authority into disrepute.

The standards committee consists of seven county councillors. Five, like Mr Murphy, are Conservatives, one is Liberal Democrat and one is Green.

They are Richard Bearman (Green), Brian Hannah (Liberal Democrat), Judy Leggett (Conservative), Tony Tomkinson (Conservative), Michael Langwade (Conservative), Ron Hanton (Conservative) and John Ward (Conservative).

If the hearing concludes there has been a breach of the code, the committee could recommend to the council that Mr Murphy be removed from his position.

It could also censure him, order training in ethics or standards or prevent him from having access to council premises.

Mr Murphy is no stranger to the standards committee, with a number of complaints tabled against him since he become leader.

In January, the seventh complaint against him in 12 months ended with a standards committee concluding he was disrespectful of the then leader of the Liberal Democrat opposition Paul Morse, but did not breach the councillor code of conduct.

The other complaints against Mr Murphy included allegations of bullying and disrepute. No evidence of bullying was found, but monitoring officers did write to members, urging them to adhere to the spirit, as well as rules on scrutiny, while meetings with Mr Murphy and other cabinet members were ordered to discuss avoiding public discontent at meetings and to ensure decisions were seen to be taken in an open and transparent way.

55 comments

  • re complaints... he is not alone

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    Andy T

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Dick.ens, a tad bitter are we because the anti-incinerator group didn't pay any attention when you wrote to them about NCC's little secrets last year?

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    Honest John

    Thursday, January 10, 2013

  • Bound to feel confident with 5 fellow Tories on the panel.

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    Sherbert

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • And I still think the results of West Norfolk's poll about the incinerator look too good to be true.

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    Daisy Roots

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • It seems a tad hypocritical that all of the commentors have already made up their own minds despite not seeing the report, and yet are expecting committee members to be objective, even though they will have the benefit of the report. The complainants are arguing that Cllr. Murphy has brought his office into disrepute, but in reality he made a small mistake for which the anti-incinerator brigade are now trying (yet again) to have him vilified for.

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    Peter J

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Dickens & Peter J. I am positive that you must both realise, regardless of your wishes to undermine the character of those who dared to complain about Mr Murphys behaviour, if an independent Queen Council legal professional has found a case to answer there is indeed a case to answer! The identity of the complainant is irrelevant as if the complaint had been malicious the Queens Council legal professional would have found no case to answer! By the way what has Paul Morse got to do with this I did not see his name within those who complained or do you know something we do not?

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    Canary Boy

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • The committee numbers are based on total of bums on seats, and are proportionate.

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    bedoomed

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Sorry, Peter J. You have the wrong chap. I have never accused Cllr Derrick Murphy of bullying. That said, I am conscious that two of his Conservative colleagues at County Hall have, one of them very shortly after he was appointed Leader. My focus has largely been upon his tendency to make misleading statements, something that continues to this day as we shall all soon see. But bullying - me? No, non, nein, nada. Wouldn't think of it. PS I don't know whether you have ever met Cllr Paul Morse, but he is one of the hardest working of the NCC councillors, who rightly deserves the huge following he has in his division.

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    John Martin

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • waiting for another factual submission to be released. By omission of comments and by allowing personal arguing here, the EDP is managing consent.

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    ingo wagenknecht

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Peter J, please don't worry. My only purpose in asking was to provoke one of your interestingly eccentric responses!

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    John Martin

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Paul Morse's hardwork or lack thereof is irrelevant; it has no bearing on his over-sensitive reaction to something Cllr. Murphy said. But you're right of course, he is one of the better councillors at NCC and we would all be lucky if more of them applied themselves in the same way as he did. But the fault for this is not in the councillors themselves, but in the people who elected them. Cllr. Murphy has a democratic mandate to lead the authority and complaints about his misleading statements (I mean honestly, find me a politician who hasn't made a misleading statement) aren't going to change that. And Fenscape 2 (I assume that this is your real name, given that it's the only detail I have of yours): why does my identity interest you so much?

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    Peter J

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • D.ickens is this the same sad ianti-incinerator' group you wrote to with all the little secrets of what was going on within NCC and the government departments? And then started attacking the campaigners at every opportunity because they didn't hang on your every word, I'd call that sour grapes old chap. I do hope your mates don't mind having a squealer in their midst, one supporter Cllr M really could do without.

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    Honest John

    Thursday, January 10, 2013

  • When the incinerator debate started at Kings Lynn Derrick Murphy should have relinquished his job as leader and act for his constituents. This was down to greed and inexperience. The public had no representation from their County Councillors as they were issued with a vow of silence over the burner as many members of the public found out early on. What alternative did they have as Norfolk Council had turned into a communist state overnight? The Lynn News and EDP24 and all our MPs had to fight on our behalf and the Borough followed with vengeance. NCC nicknamed Derrick Murphy the enforcer but truth was he is incompetent, embarrassment and let them down over the burner so he is now surplus to requirements similar to the Chief exec David White.

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    Knee deep In Toxic ash

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • I don't think the sending of the email to BBC Nick Conrad was wrong simply because the author of it was hidden from the listeners. It would have been better if Murphy had identified himself by speaking live on the show, but technically he has done no wrong. Storm in a teacup...yes.

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    Rhombus

    Thursday, January 10, 2013

  • If they find him guilty they lose. If they find him innocent they lose. And if you think this is down to the anti-incinerator campaigners you have a big surprise heading your way Peter J! The destroyer of worlds (or the Tory Group at County to be more precise) is on its way and we dont care what stupid charade this committee puts forward for public consumption. We know the truth.

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    Electra

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Let's have Jordan. At Breckland he was known as the Gaffer! EDP will have a field day. Praise the Lord that Dave Cam abolished the Standards Commission. Don't want to risk impartiality. It's so much cosier when Tories judge their own. Think of the excuses they will use this time. Actually I've just heard that NCC are ordering a bulk load of salt and hydrated lime. What could that be for?

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    Police Commissioner ???

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • No guessing what the outcome of this will be.....

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    Scooby

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Presumably the seven complainants have been issued with a copy of the report? If it has not been made public why has the NCC spokesman given details to the EDP? And if this top level QC 'felt there was evidence to suggest Mr Murphy could have breached the councillor code of conduct' why has it been left to Cllr M's band of brothers to conclude whether there has been a breach of the code and make their recommendations. What a waste of money this is all looking to be, another of Peter J's insincere apologies and 5 minutes on the naughty step. I bet Fifi McNeill always won at pass the parcel, a forerunner to pass the buck. The only shining light is that Bill 'what do you want me to say' Borrett wouldn't automatically inherit leadership. No wonder the government don't want to be drawn into the sorry mess this lot have caused.

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    Honest John

    Thursday, January 10, 2013

  • Well we all know about the other complaints... how could we not given their constant and incessant mentioning everytime Mr. Murphy is brought up. I think the nature of these complaints says far more about those complaining than about Mr. Murphy. They're about bullying and suchlike, which can only lead me to assume that the people complaining (Paul Morse, John Martin etc.) are simply wet blankets of men who feel insulted when someone disagrees with them. This is politics we're talking about; not a 5 year old's birthday party. Sometimes rigorous discussions are necessary and if people are going to get insulted, to the point where they complain out of simple dislike rather than on any valid grounds, I think they should probably find a new job (albeit difficult for John Martin - self-appointed whingemaster general of NCC might be a difficult one to give up)

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    Peter J

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • What's the betting this ends up being nothing short of farcical.

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    John L Norton

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • It seems the sad 'anti incinerator' group are out in force (well all 6 of them ) on here. The usual mix of sensible argument from those who can see through them and returned insult and petty minded abuse from the so called 'campaigners'. No wonder they are getting nowhere fast. I look forward to another round of them shouting the odds like fish wives at the Public Inquiry.

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    Dickens

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • I know who Peter J. and Dickens are. From the way they have sprung to the defence of the indefensible they must be young Murphy's Daddy and Mummy.

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    alecto

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Double edged sword. If Derrick Murphy gets off opposition parties will have a field at May County Elections. Sack him and this will undermine the Councils stance on the incinerator. He has no chance of being re-elected so sack him a few weeks early. Another observation is Cory Wheelabrator run county hall as they were treated like Lords at the predetermined planning meeting. Our MP Henry Bellingham was kept at bay by private snarling security staff intentions to aggravate the anti-incinerator campaigners.

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    Alan Allan

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Dickens - "Mr Murphy might want to consider taking legal advice on the grounds of harassment. This man is being hounded by a determined few which is a criminal offence." That's a bit rich coming from someone who can rarely make a post without bitter reference to Long or Daubney.

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    Honest John

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • The facts speak volumes and to start a party political row on the back of a planning decision for which there is no mandate whatsoever, making out its all somebody's else's fault, using employees to do the dirty and speak against fellow party members in public, is gerrymandering consent. That these arguments are on the back of an expensive proposal to burn future jobs in a hopelessly outdated waste burner, rather than to establish a resource cycle, shows that cllr. D.M. believes he does not need to take heed of voters wishes or their needs. The internal panel will do its job of judging their own and the QC will speak her mind, but the May elections will show whether voters in Kings Lynn, Gt. Yarmouth, Coltishall and Forehoe agree with Cllr. Murphy's agenda and anti democratic methods.

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    ingo wagenknecht

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Dickens aka littletony what a hypocrite you are.... You spend a great deal of time on the LN comments section saying all sorts of dreadful things about the leader and deputy of WN Council yet you seem to have suddenly become Derrick Murphy's legal advisor telling him to act against people who you accuse of harrassing others in exactly the same way you do. Incredible.

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    Fenscape 2

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • The bonkers anti incinerator campaign have been led to believe that if they can somehow discredit the leader of the council it will assist in their obsessive battle to stop a waste facility being built - hence the latest in a series of personal attacks on this public figure. Anyone can make a complaint against a councillor and it has to be investigated. This knowledge has been put into mischievous use it seems by a small group of manic campaigners. Let us see if Mr Murphy returns fire and puts some of them in the dock for a change - see how they like it - not a lot.

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    Dickens

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Funny how the people of Norfolk seem to be getting more value for money from John Martin than our esteemed councillors....By the way, I wonder how much the NCC Cabinet paid for RAF Coltishall in the end???

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    Fenscape 2

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Peter J - that rather sounds like all is currently needed from anyone who breaches the Code of Conduct - an insincere apology that would benefit themselves and no one else.

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    Honest John

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Wow, what a fuss, elections coming up soon then! I hope we all take a bit more care in our voting habits this time round! If County Hall had consulted properly over their beloved incinerator, millions of tax payers money woudn't have been wasted. The resulting public inquiry isn't going to be cheap either! I would like to see an independent investigation of the whole sorry affair from start to finish. Poor Mr Murphy for being victimised by an electorate who dares to scrutinise his actions. Whatever next? Binding polls on major local decisions? Steady on now.

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    Kadmos

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Peter J - to which particular small mistake that Cllr M made are you referring? His biggest mistake as far as people in West Norfolk are concerned was bowing down to those at County Hall who are behind the incinerator and playing to their tune. In what way has he served his constituents according to the Code of Conduct that he signed and conveniently ignored by Fifi McNeill? Those around Coltishall may argue that it is his willingness to comply once again and going against a privately funded bidder, spending what NCC consider to be a bottomless pot of taxpayer's money buying RAF Coltishall with no business plan that they can be transparent about. I suppose he hasn't singled out John Dobson or Paul Morse, two of the few Cllrs to show some backbone, unlike the nodding Churchill's he has surrounded himself with in the Cabinet. Bill '£8m saving' Borrett as a deputy is a joke. Hats off to those seven who had the guts and integrity to do it.

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    Honest John

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Why aren't there Labour representatives?

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    Jeffrey Osborne

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • The one person who seems to be escaping scrutiny in all this is Nick Daubney. Does no one see fit to question how he has led West Norfolk council on a path in direct conflict with a decision made by the democratically elected county council? How much of West Norfolk council tax payers money has been spent opposing the decisions made by NCC ? Has Daubney exactly covered himself in glory in the way Lynn is run and has been run-he is not above having pet projects ,like marinas, himself -and has he used this campaign against Murphy and NCC to boost his own political reputation and to divert eyes away from some of the problems in Lynn? Wouldnt his time have been better spent looking at the catastrophic traffic problems around Lynn-caused in part by developments during his time in council and considering the wisdom and cost of brown field clean up and development projects which have merely created potential slums on a flood plain?

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    Daisy Roots

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Peter J, Mr Murphy has done his own share of complaining in the past too... i trust he also falls into your category of being a wet blanket as well? Plus I don't see you putting a contact address on your posts which leaves you spinelessly taking pot shots at the likes of Mr Morse and Mr Martin while not sharing your identity with your avid fan base. Whos the real whingemaster here?

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    Fenscape 2

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Lucky if you can get a comment on here that's in any way negative about DM.

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    Police Commissioner ???

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Dickens, it may just be that if the full report by Jenni Richards QC is ever disclosed, and I suspect that it will be suppressed, it will reveal that behind the scenes there was much going on to sabotage the opposition by Kings Lynn Borough Council to the waste incinerator. So, whatever we feel about the waste incinerator project, why do we not all concentrate our efforts on insisting upon the full report being published? It has cost all of us a lot of money, but be sensible and understand that it would not have been commissioned unless there was a prima facie case that Cllr Derrick Murphy had broken the rules. And this really is not all about the waste incinerator project. It is about the way in which Cllr Derrick Murphy has run roughshod generally over local democracy in Norfolk. It has to stop. The waste incinerator project is now out of his hands. It is all down to Eric Pickles at this stage. There is so much else that Cllr Derrick Murphy does that so many people find unacceptable. Think about cuts in services, the NDR, and the Coltishall purchase. There is also something wrong about his obvious unwillingness to face his own electorate in May, along with his wife.

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    Nemesis

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Sounds like sour grapes to me D.ickens - your own campaign against Daubney and Long is well documented and it's pretty poor of you to accuse others of your own 'bonkers' smear tactics.

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    User Removed

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Well, if they do sack him, it will be confirmation that the tide has turned and that county hall no longer has respect for him or his cabinet colleagues - a somewhat unlikely outcome. Also, who'd take over.?.....now that is a scary thought....Perhaps this is an opportunity for the 'stepped on' to step forward....This is a fantastic opportunity to drive the Conservative share price up again in Norfolk, so long as the right decision is made.

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    Scooby

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • The facts speak volumes and to start a party political row on the back of a planning decision for which there is no mandate whatsoever, making out its all somebody's else's fault, using employees to do the dirty and speak against fellow party members in public, is gerrymandering consent. That these arguments are on the back of an expensive proposal to burn future jobs in a hopelessly outdated waste burner, rather than to establish a resource cycle, shows that cllr. D.M. believes he does not need to take heed of voters wishes or their needs. The internal panel will do its job of judging their own and the QC will speak her mind, but the May elections will show whether voters in Kings Lynn, Gt. Yarmouth, Coltishall and Forehoe agree with Cllr. Murphy's agenda and anti democratic methods.

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    ingo wagenknecht

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • I think it will be fairly safe to say this pushover committee will do absolutely nothing like every other occasion, that is why Murphy is so confident. Every member of it who proves to be an invertibrate will then deserve to be scrutinised by the public in every little detail - 2013 is a year of great change and that will include Norfolk County Council and all who hide in it. Had this been fair, the decision would have been made outside NCC by genuine independent people, not by those dependent on Murphy for their little perks. McNeill is a disgrace and should be first to go.

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    Honest John

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Well, that looks like a totally unbiased committee!

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    Marigold

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Daisy Roots - many people in WN know exactly what Daubney is, but currently he's going along with the people to oppose the incinerator. Of course he has many failings and needs to go and that will be when his use is over, not when Cllr M wants one of his puppets to instill his orders. Backs have been scratched by County Hall, the bus route was just to serve the marina, Morston Assets has a bed partner, we know that. Investigative journalism should look why Daubney did not put in his own complaint against Cllr M, rocking boats and all that, but Cllr M would also come off very badly from it, you would know that surely?

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    Honest John

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Considering there's an investigation at Broadland council too it's not looking promising for the conservatives. Councillor Cottingham wishing to run in county elections may get a bit of a shock considering her recent behaviours.

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    Lupin

    Friday, January 11, 2013

  • Peter J, using anti incinerator campaigners as a foil to try and distract from the main topic that a QC (an expert in local government law no less) says that Murphy has a case to answer is pretty poor, even by your usual standards. Id be more concerned about the fact that the public fear that the likes of doormats like Langwade are going to wave this away might be well founded.... Business as usual at NCC.

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    Fenscape 2

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Are you therefore, Peter J, going to favour me with an apology for incorrectly stating the facts?

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    John Martin

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Glad to be of service John Martin. Now, perhaps if people of all persuasions stopped worrying about the eccentricities of others (Council leaders for example) we'd all be a lot better off.

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    Peter J

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Glad to be of service John Martin. Now, perhaps if people of all persuasions stopped worrying about the eccentricities of others (Council leaders for example) we'd all be a lot better off.

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    Peter J

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • McNeil is a disgrace and I for one have no confidence in her ability to be unbiased towards her paymasters. If Murphy is pushed out or does the honourable thing and resign we will end up with Borrett or Jordan. These two couldn't run a bath let alone a large publicly accountable organisation.

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    BigX

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Mr Murphy might want to consider taking legal advice on the grounds of harassment. This man is being hounded by a determined few which is a criminal offence.

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    Dickens

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Another witch hunt against the same man. Interesting that a number of the so called 'complainants' are also activists against Mr Murphy in the anti incinerator campaign. What a joke and utter waste of public money. These time wasters with a hidden agenda should foot the bill instead of the tax payer.

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    Dickens

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Derrick Murphy has made a mistake what a farce it has been a dirty campaign by the leader to undermine West Norfolk from the beginning. Now he thinks he can hide in South Norfolk, I suppose it was just a small mistake to ignore 65.516 people in West Norfolk, what did you get for that slapped wrists. Roll on election day.

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    Jack

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Steady on chaps. At least two of the names on that Tory list are very interesting. I don't think they are going to be overflowing with the milk of human kindness towards Murphy - and they are the ones I know about. And isn't the chairman a Labour Party member, old Nobbs? Well done the complainants proud of you all.

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    Electra

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • Hardly a 'small' mistake...this latest error of judgement comes after 7 complaints have been made about him in his capacity as leader of NCC and all this in the last 12 months. Is this a record? Perhaps the Standards Committee will, this time, objectively conclude that enough is enough....

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    Scooby

    Tuesday, January 8, 2013

  • I'll apologise to you John Martin, if you can give me a valid and relevant reason why I should. In your submission please cover the following issues: 1) What benefit you personally would get from it; 2) What benefit other people and the wider society would get from it; and 3) Why an apology with no guarantee of sincerity on the part of the apologiser is in anyway relevant to anything. I suppose this could function as a social experiment given your desire to stop Cllr. Murphy making misleading statements as I apparently have... so I'm really rather intrigued.

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    Peter J

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

  • Dickens... Pot, kettle. Lets hope that the leader and deputy of WN Council take your advice and do the same to you for your relentless bashing over on the LN site.

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    Fenscape 2

    Wednesday, January 9, 2013

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