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Marshman
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Well it will not be an official comment but perhaps he thought it was being helpful to Forum members to read the Press Release which was already in the public domain!

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Have I got this right?  James Knight was a ‘co-opted’ member of the navigation committee, i.e. he was not elected by anybody, but invited to join.  Now, because of the committees concerns about his conduct, that invitation has effectively been withdrawn.  What’s the big fuss?

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I only ever post as a boat owning broads loving forum member that happens to work for the BA.
I'm not allowed to represent the BA on an open forum, there's a whole department employed to do just that.
However, I do some times get involved if it can bring clarity to an issue.
If you read any of my old posts, you will understand what I mean. Smile

Andy

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AJB: no you don’t, you have a record of always supporting the BA.

Dog: if you don’t understand maladministration it’s better that you refrain from comment.

The BA NP peer review was scathing yet the BA has chosen not just to ignore it but to embolden its blatant disregard for good governance.

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Thank you RichardB.  As a trustee, former chair, and committee member of three charities I am fully aware of potential issues of maladministration.  I am also aware of the duty of trustees and other committee members to raise issues of concern through proper channels, not to snipe from the sidelines with cryptic comments, half truths, and self promotion.  There’s a blond haired chap, always on the TV, who could probably benefit from learning that lesson too.

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AJB, thank you for the clarification - very interesting.

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My thoughts exactly Bobdog. The trouble Is there are two of those blondes about at the moment.

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Hi Andy Thanks for that it helps to get it in plain english, rather than solicitor speak.Quite understand that you are unable or need to lambust the B A  as some do. there is always two sides. John

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Do you supporters of the unwarranted removal of a committee member and the falsehoods in the press release  realise that there are no provisions in the Act for it only the changed rules introduced by the CEO to quell the slightest deviation of BA and committee members from speaking out?

Such draconian practices are unacceptable anywhere but especially in an undemocratic and badly run quango.

Do you realise that the BA had to reinstate a member following the peer review? That member was also subjected to a witch-hunt of outright lies.



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Not all of us have such a jaundiced view of the BA.

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Writing numerous semi humorous blogs slightly anomously on the Internet Is not appropriate behaviour for anyone involved in the corporate governance of an organisation and is never an appropriate way to act . Even Our blonde bombshell finally recognised he had to leave the cabinet before he was able to  say what he truly felt.

In this case the possible merit of the original grievance was always going to be overshadowed by the method chosen to address the issue.

I am not a fan of the BA management but I don't see  how any public sector organisation would have come to a different decision given these circumstances.

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