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North Yorkshire Police Senior Figures’ Payments Scandal


The North Yorkshire Police senior figures’ payments scandal our Crime and Parliamentary Affairs correspondent TIM HICKS FCA, (who is also a Chartered Accountant and an experienced auditor) comments on the latest financial scandal to hit North Yorkshire Police. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Many Real Whitby readers will have been shocked by the news ...

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EXCLUSIVE! Durham Police confirm fraud investigation


OPERATION COUNTRYMAN II (6) EXCLUSIVE:  Durham Police confirm fraud investigation Our crime and parliamentary affairs correspondent TIM HICKS continues his exposure of misconduct in North Yorkshire Police and Scarborough Borough Council. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~   Councillor Jane Kenyon, her partner Councillor William Miller and Dales Timber Limited. Regular readers of Real Whitby ...

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NYCC Funding Conservative Party Jollies?


NYCC (ie: the taxpayer) Funding Conservative Party Jollies? TIM THORNE reports on a new conception of the phrase “Siphon some petrol – we’re off to a party!”. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Real Whitby readers may remember a few recent articles about the mileage of Councillors at North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC). From the ...

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SBC Legal Posturing Booted Into The Long Grass


SBC Legal Posturing Booted Into The Long Grass an ‘In My View’ article by Nigel Ward, offering an overview of the current Mexican stand-off between Real Whitby and Scarborough Borough Council. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST The criticism most frequently levelled by Scarborough Borough Councillors against their own Council (SBC) ...

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“Operation Countryman II” (5): Jaconelli: NYP responds


“Operation Countryman II” (5):  Jaconelli:  NYP responds In my last article on corruption in North Yorkshire Police, I finished with the following passage: “Following on from the blatantly perverse West Yorkshire Police investigation, in which that force exonerated itself from any responsibility for its failure to arrest Savile and which ...

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