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    seaveiw wrote:
    Seymour Clearly wrote:
    While I think a ballot by the union membership is excellent news,and a high vote of no confidence will show the Chief Executive what is thought of his actions by the union membership,wouldn't a ballot of the whole workforce be a better idea.
    I don't know what the percentage of union non union membership is ,but allowing the whole workforce to vote would carry more weight as I am sure a very high percentage would support this motion,and perhaps ,then Bryn Parry Jones will get the message and find alternative employment,taking his cronies with him
    I have been realiably informed by people unknown to me that a climate of you will obey rules in the offices of the P.C.C. don't know how true it is but also apparently employees are not allowed to speak to chief executive when they pass him in the building. King Bryn !!!!!1
    I recall a few years ago I lived on the Surrey/Sussex border and I often walked the dogs even in attrocious weather, I remember once in Virginia Water a little old lady walked surrounded by a few HUGE blokes and she likes most dog owners, smiled and said morning (It was the Queen) another time I walked along the Sussex downs and some woman had parked her horse truck really badly almost filling the whole car parking area - even then I said "morning" and she looked down on me with disgust - It was Jordan

    now who do you think is most like Bryn Jones ?

    someone with class that says morning OR some tart who does things for money and hates the common person ?

    bet it's the first time Bryn 's been compared with Jordan but let's be honest he is just a nasty BIG tlt isn't he? ;-)

    jamie could be the the bra for supporting a tlt ?"
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Pembrokeshire County Council UNISON members to hold vote of no confidence in chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones

Pembrokeshire County Council UNISON members to hold vote of no confidence in chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones

Pembrokeshire County Council UNISON members to hold vote of no confidence in chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones

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Pembrokeshire County Council staff who are members of the trade union UNISON are to hold a vote of no confidence in chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones.

It follows what the union described as a 'debacle of the recent extraordinary meeting' of Pembrokeshire County Council, where a bid to suspend Mr Parry-Jones over the 'unlawful' payments scandal failed.

UNISON Branch Secretary Vic Dennis said “Our members want their voice heard”.

He added: “If this was one of our own members being investigated by the police in relation to such a serious matter then without doubt they would have been suspended until the outcome of any investigation.”

“You can travel up the road to Carmarthen where the chief executive has stood aside in relation to the WAO report. Of course this is the right thing to do, especially for anyone in such a senior civil servant position where there is an investigation into potential unlawful practices.”

UNISON Area organiser Hugh McDyer said: “When we see some of our lowest paid members such as Homecare staff losing up to a third of their wages and being privatised in the name of “value for money” it is beyond belief that they can bring a barrister in to a public meeting to defend their pension payments to a chief executive.

"We would all like to know the cost and find out who is paying for the Barrister’s services?”

“Our members should be able to have complete confidence in their leadership and clearly that it is no longer the case in PCC”

“It is surely inconceivable now for Bryn Parry Jones to preside over the European ballot as returning officer, the people of Pembrokeshire must have complete confidence in the election process.”

“We are now responding to calls for our membership to conduct a ballot in relation to a Vote of No Confidence in the Chief Executive.

"The members deserve to have their voices heard and we will be taking steps to organise the ballot immediately”.

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