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Another snout in the trough 12:06 - Oct 16 with 1124 viewsAnotherJohn

The man who brought new levels of political correctness to the National Museum of Wales has shown his commitment to public service by pocketing a settlement of £325,000 that includes £50K for "injured feelings".

https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/national-museum-wales-paid-former-

The Auditor General says the law may have been broken.
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Another snout in the trough on 12:50 - Oct 16 with 1090 viewsJACKMANANDBOY

Presumably the payments were made in cash placed in a brown paper bag and handed over at a service station.
Tax payers mugged again by public sector managers who don't realise it's our money they are spunking on their mates.

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Another snout in the trough on 13:32 - Oct 16 with 1053 viewsWingstandwood

Absolutely sickening!

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Another snout in the trough on 16:58 - Oct 16 with 979 viewsfelixstowe_jack

Another snout in the trough on 12:50 - Oct 16 by JACKMANANDBOY

Presumably the payments were made in cash placed in a brown paper bag and handed over at a service station.
Tax payers mugged again by public sector managers who don't realise it's our money they are spunking on their mates.


Correct.

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Another snout in the trough on 17:02 - Oct 16 with 974 viewsReslovenSwan1

Most people in wales a staunchly anti privatisation and want to keep things liKe the railways and water companies, NHS, waste management under the public purse.

I would put the Museum of Wales under control of Serco, G4S, Amey or other organisations and pay them a management fee. The shareholders can then complain about this guy causing the dividends to be cut.

I would as BP to project management HS2. They managed a pipeline from Azerbaijan to Turkiye no bother at all.

Wise sage since Toshack era

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Another snout in the trough on 17:32 - Oct 16 with 951 viewsSullutaCreturned

Another snout in the trough on 12:50 - Oct 16 by JACKMANANDBOY

Presumably the payments were made in cash placed in a brown paper bag and handed over at a service station.
Tax payers mugged again by public sector managers who don't realise it's our money they are spunking on their mates.


Oh they know whose money they are spending, they just don't care.

50k for hurt feelings, god forbid something really bad had happened or he'd have gotten a million.
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Another snout in the trough on 00:41 - Oct 17 with 869 viewsmajorraglan

Maybe I’m wrong, but reading between the lines there’s been a breakdown in the relationship and this kind of appears to be some kind of gardening leave type arrangement.

There are times a deal or a settlement is the cheapest way of resolving an issue, especially if there’s a potential for huge legal bills to be incurred which would dwarf the settlement, but every step should be made to avoid this type of scenario in the first place. Where settlements are made questions need to be asked as to why it’s necessary, how did the situation develop in the first place, is/ was.there another way to deal with the matter, has a sackable offence been committed etc, has legal advice been sought and is it being followed etc. If at the end of all that, a tribunal is likely to go ahead and a settlement is the cheapest option then sometimes it’s appropriate. The Auditor General is quite right to ask these questions- it’s public money and has to be accounted for.

We recently saw the Westminster Government settle a case with Tom Scholar who was sacked by Chancellor Kwarteng for £457k because they wanted someone new in post so it’s not just Wales this happens. That said, it doesn’t make it right.
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Another snout in the trough on 21:13 - Oct 17 with 760 viewsSullutaCreturned

Another snout in the trough on 00:41 - Oct 17 by majorraglan

Maybe I’m wrong, but reading between the lines there’s been a breakdown in the relationship and this kind of appears to be some kind of gardening leave type arrangement.

There are times a deal or a settlement is the cheapest way of resolving an issue, especially if there’s a potential for huge legal bills to be incurred which would dwarf the settlement, but every step should be made to avoid this type of scenario in the first place. Where settlements are made questions need to be asked as to why it’s necessary, how did the situation develop in the first place, is/ was.there another way to deal with the matter, has a sackable offence been committed etc, has legal advice been sought and is it being followed etc. If at the end of all that, a tribunal is likely to go ahead and a settlement is the cheapest option then sometimes it’s appropriate. The Auditor General is quite right to ask these questions- it’s public money and has to be accounted for.

We recently saw the Westminster Government settle a case with Tom Scholar who was sacked by Chancellor Kwarteng for £457k because they wanted someone new in post so it’s not just Wales this happens. That said, it doesn’t make it right.


its not just Wales OR the UK, politics globally is corrupt. It has been all through history. Is it another thing the Romans taught us, they were very good at corruption!
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