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Poor Old Potash Boys – Codhead Is Back

After a long absence, codhead is back and right on topic. Hope you all enjoy the latest offering from The New Bridge Ender Whitby Potash Cartoon By Codhead, you Win some, Loose some

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More NYMNPA / York Potash Conflicted Interests?

Also attending the meeting was Mrs Jane Mitchell, one of the five Secretary of State appointed Members. Mrs Mitchell had no reported interests in York Potash / Sirius Minerals at that time. However, six days after the pre-application presentation by York Potash to NYNMPA members, on the 28th September 2012, she registered an interest of £4,000 worth of Sirius Minerals shares.

Who is Monitoring the Monitoring Officer?

Who is Monitoring the Monitoring Officer of NYMNPA & SBC? – an  “In My View” article by Nigel Ward. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Following the publication of Private Eye recently, in particular Tim MINOGUE’s “Rotten Borough” article “They Cannot Be Sirius”, there has been much speculation as to how these allegations of impropriety, and, indeed, possible criminality, are likely [...]

Tim Lawn – You Cant Be Sirius ? By Private Eye Magazine

Tim Lawn, North York Moors Potash, 2.5 million pounds worth of conflict of interest, exposed by Ian Hislop's Private Eye. Real Whitby has recently forged links with a few national newspapers and magazines. Interest is growing in Scarborough Borough Council's threat of legal action towards ourselves with several multinationals keen on the story. This [...]

From Scarborough Town Hall, With Anger

From Scarborough Town Hall, With Anger a follow-up article by Corruption Buster Tim Thorne to his earlier piece “From York Potash, With Love”, published just ten days ahead of the resignation of the (then) Chair of the North York Moors National Park Authority Planning Committee, Councillor Tim LAWN. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 22nd Feb 2013 – Private Eye Rotten [...]

Whitby Potash Mine: Another resignation from SBC

Another resignation from SBC - Further to Corruption Buster TIM THORNE's recent article "From York Potash, With Love", Real Whitby can now confirm a widely-anticipated resignation . . . ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SBC Cllr Tim Lawn Resigns The Scarborough Borough Council Website currently shows that Tim Lawn is no longer an elected Councillor and that he his term [...]

An Open Letter to the National Park CEO Andy WILSON

An Open Letter to the National Park CEO Andy WILSON Mr Andy WILSON – Chief Executive Officer – North Yorkshire Moors National Park Authority Andy, As you are aware, I emailed you on 8th March 2013 (followed by a brief addendum the following morning, 9th March 2013), expressing my concerns regarding the extraordinary managerial ineptitude that [...]

£2.5 Million Pound Conflict Of Interests At National Park

More interesting reading from the latest Issue of Private Eye under Rotten Boroughs: “MOOR THE MERRIER – Tricky conflict of interest situations for the planning committee of North York Moors national park authority as it considers plans for the world’s biggest potash mine. Mining company Sirius Minerals say locals will be happy to have the UK’s [...]

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