Dear Liverpool City Council,
To the office of; Tony Reeves CEO The Liverpool City Council
The Times of London Newspaper
The Labour Party London
Cllr Lawrence Brown Green Party
Cllr Richard Kemp CBE Leader Liberal Democrat Party
Peter Kilfoyle past MP
Cllr Malcolm Kennedy must be held to account to the residents of Vauxhall and Kirkdale who has a right to know if he lives in Liverpool or now Spain?
The Invisible Councilor from Vauxhall & Kirkdale
1- The residents of both Vauxhall & Kirkdale wish to know the current situation with regards to Cllr Malcolm Kennedy being in Spain.
2- Has Cllr Kennedy claimed his full council allowances while being or living in Spain?
3- Has he and Cllr Joe Hanson did not addressed the vast number of failed developments sites in the Vauxhall ward and how did this happen with over $598 million of apartments not being built.
4- Residents of both Vauxhall and Kirkdale have in the past called three Liverpool echo reporters who said they would look into Cllr Kennedy’s overseas trip and then totally blanked it. , one reporter was Liam Thorp, can our council state - if Liam Thorp- ever called your office or sent in any e-mails to ask about this matter, Liam Thorp will not talk to the residents of Vauxhall about this matter, so did he contact the LCC yes or no.
5- If Cllr Kennedy as an elected member of the Liverpool council, has he by (Law) to declare all interests to the people he represents both in Vauxhall & Kirkdale?
6- Has Cllr Kennedy got to be open and transparent and failure to comply could be seen as a criminal offence or is he and Cllr Joe Hanson above the Law?
A. Robins Group Vauxhall Liverpool
Dear A Robins
Please see attached a copy of the response in respect of the above
referenced information request.
We thank you for your patience and understanding whilst Liverpool City
Council, in common with other public authorities is currently dealing
with, responding to, and affected by the current public health emergency
arising from Coronavirus which, in accordance with emergency legislation,
has meant that our staff are being diverted to maintain essential services
for the residents of Liverpool during this current public health
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