Tony Barnett on the latest management changes
WE SEEM TO HAVE HAD A MORE IN DEPTH CHANGE AT NE?
Says Tony Barnett
I DOUBT THOUGH IF WE CAN GET ANY CORRESPONDENCE DIRECTLY TO THEM.
DAVE WEBSTER--CHIEF EXECUTIVE REPLACES PHILIPS GUY THOMPSON EXEC CUSTOMER JIM SMYLIE COMMUNITIES ANDREW WOOD SCIENCE AND EVIDENCE PAUL LAMBERT CAPABILITY.
NO ONE IN THE CONSCIOUS, SENSIBILITY, HONESTY DEPARTMENT THOUGH!
Steve Yandall comments
Equality under the law is a principle but not a reality
Says Steve Yandall
When function assumes or hijacks power it points to multiple accountability failings.Much of what we are aggrieved about relates to authorities assuming responsibilities that were not gifted to them and that assumption evolving into viewing our laws as discretionary.Somewhere in that mix individuals exist that recognise opportunities for personal gain whilst denying public rights in contravention of Her Majesty's will(expressed in her approval of laws). Your burden,imposed by those same people,of criminality when carrying out your lawful rights is indicative of the insidious creep of NGO mutuality.and the barriers created to ensure justice is not achieved.
The Hollie Grieg case is the worst ,known, indictment of our current system.Something stinks and only a transparent court case will resolve it BUT the correction of a culture(which is at the root of all our problems) that allows such things is a MUCH bigger problem and something that the UK should be ashamed of until it is resolved.
Equality under the law is a principle but not a reality.Your experience of inequality(unlawfulness) proves that suppression is a practised means of denying accountability.That fact denies the UK's heritage of law,democracy and decency(as does the Grieg case) and makes me fear for the future.
Natural England. Truro Office
Craig Weatherhill on the latest management changes
"Even the National Trust is now showing a willingness
to work with us."
Says Steve Yandall
Interesting, isn't it?
Steve Warman vanished about a year ago. Ross Champion and Alison Elvey Rios left NE's Truro office not long after their lunacy started down here 4 years ago. Now the Truro office has lost its head honcho, Matt Carter, and its senior advisor and field officer Peter Bowden.
I wonder what's going on?
While they've jumped, or been pushed, Save Penwith Moors remains absolutely intact, and just as resolute as ever. NE and its cronies did their level best to discredit us, but at yesterday's West Cornwall AONB forum (at which both NE and EH were notably absent) I noticed a refreshing new respect for us from many quarters. Even the National Trust is now showing a willingness to work with us.
The total absence of Natural 'England' and 'English' Heritage from such an important forum displays their utter contempt for localism. Cornwall Council was there, the CLA was there, the NT, local heritage bodies, Ramblers, parish councils, the Cornwall Wildlife Trust, SPM, Old Cornwall Societies, Sustainable Tourism bodies, so why not NE and EH?