Adam Paynter elected leader of Cornwall’s Liberal Democrats, despite party’s disciplinary wrangle

Posted By on 13th December 2020

By Graham Smith Launceston councillor Adam Paynter has been elected unopposed as leader of the Liberal Democrat group at County Hall, despite an internal party wrangle about disciplinary proceedings against…


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  1. If normal internal political party disciplinary process are the same in Lib Dems as elsewhere then it will take years before anyone hears anything and it will then all be covered up at national level.
    “Independent” and “inquiry” don’t have the same meaning in politics as the do in the Oxford dictionary

  2. Surely as Adam Paynter, as a member of the cabinet, is involved in the accusations brought to light by a member about the Cormac accident, until the independent review is carried out and the question of irregularities is clarified, Cllr Paynter does not have the credentials to be a leader.

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