“We don’t need to vote because we make decisions by consensus” says the chairman of Cornwall’s leadership board

Posted By on 19th June 2020

By Graham Smith The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly “leadership board” does not need to reflect political proportionality because it makes decisions by consensus, according to council leader Julian German. …

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  1. The article states -“Only four Cornwall councillors – the council leader, deputy leader, adult health cabinet member and the leader of the opposition – are members of the board. Bizarrely, all six of Cornwall’s MPs have been invited to take part in today’s meeting although the board’s constitution says that only one MP shall be a member.” – – –
    So the constitution is not followed so the meeting is not valid. It cannot therefore make any decisions can it? Does anyone know?

  2. This is a disgrace, it can not possibly be legal in any way. Why is it being allowed to happen? We have been taken over, and we have lost our democratic rights. Nothing that this gang decide is legal, unless it is voted for at a meeting of ELECTED Councillors.
    We are back to the 1960s that was bad this is worse.

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