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Thursday, December 04, 2014

Prats of The Week - Pembrokeshire Council

Kudos to Pembrokeshire council for winning this week's Prats of The Week Award.

For why did they win it?

They were spectacularly prattish in wasting taxpayers' money wrt Bryn Parry-Jones a former council CEO who, apart from being at the centre of a row over cash payments made in lieu of pension contributions, was also given a luxury £90,000 Porsche as his work vehicle.

Wales Online reports that Parry-Jones walked away from his job with a golden handshake deal worth £280,000 after an 11th hour attempt to stop it failed.

The former chief executive left his post on 31 October.
Parry-Jones, the highest paid local authority chief executive in Wales, has been mired in controversy since the Wales Audit Office ruled cash payments given to him in lieu of pension contributions were unlawful

Police inquiries into the payments were dropped after no evidence was found of criminal offences.

Parry-Jones was the highest paid council chief executive in Wales with a salary of almost £195,000 plus benefits.

Pembrokeshire council, well deserving Prats of The Week!

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1 comment:

  1. Lord of Atlantis1:42 PM

    Meanwhile, the majority of those who actually do the work for local authorities (amongst the lowest paid workers) such as cleaners, school dinner ladies, caretakers and other manual workers, haven't even been given a 1% pay rise. "All in this together"? Like hell we are!