Were Merseyside Police processing some personal data unlawfully between 9th September 2018 and 25th September 2018 due to late payment of £2,900 fee to ICO?

Merseyside Police paid their £2,900 fee to ICO (the Information Commissioner’s Office) late in 2018 and risked a fine for doing so.

Internal emails shared with this blog last Friday when I exercised a right granted under the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 to audit their 2018-19 financial records show that ICO reminded Merseyside Police on 29th July 2018 with a deadline of 8th September 2018.
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So what did I find out at Merseyside Police Headquarters by using the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 about a £9,000 payment?

                                        

Using section 26 of the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 I inspected and received copies of accounting records of Merseyside Police for the 2018-19 financial year.

As Friday (12th July 2019) afternoon was the last day of the 30 day inspection period, Leonora and I went to Police HQ reception on the first floor to pick up what I’d requested. It was suggested we arrive from 2 pm onwards.
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Is the decision to close 2 Walk In Centres at Moreton and New Ferry last week unlawful?

                                    

Joint Strategic Commissioning Board (Wirral Council) 9th July 2019 Left Co-Chair Cllr Chris Jones Right Co-Chair Dr Paula Cowan

Joint Strategic Commissioning Board (Wirral Council) 9th July 2019 Left Co-Chair Cllr Chris Jones Right Co-Chair Dr Paula Cowan

The author is currently a party to an Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber) case where one of the multiple grounds of appeal is that the decision subject to judicial review is alleged to have been made by the wrong people.

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Joint Strategic Commissioning Board (Wirral Council) 9th July 2019 Part 1 of 2

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Joint Strategic Commissioning Board (Wirral Council) 9th July 2019 Part 2 of 2

Last week I was present at a public meeting of Wirral Council’s Joint Strategic Commissioning Board (videos above) and a decision made solely by the Wirral Clinical Commissioning Group (Wirral CCG) individuals on the Joint Board was made to close two walk in centres at Moreton and New Ferry.
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What happened at the Remembering Srebrenica event in Birkenhead organised by Wirral Council and the Wirral National Education Union?

                                           

Remembering Srebrenica 11th July 2019 Wirral Change, Birkenhead L to R Steve Baker, Revd Mike Loach, Cllr Tom Usher, Ferdushi Mohshin, Neil Sledge, Mark Camborne and Inspector John Sacker

On Thursday afternoon (11th July 2019) Leonora and I got the bus to a Remembering Srebrenica event (jointly organised by Wirral Council and the Wirral Branch of the National Education Union) held at Wirral Change at 12 Saint Laurence Drive, Birkenhead, CH41 3JD starting at 4.00 pm.

The venue used to be part of St Laurences’ Catholic Primary School before the school closed in August 2010. Part of the former school is now used for Wirral Change, part of the rest of the site but with a different entrance is used by Tomorrow Womens Wirral and I don’t know what the rest is used for.
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Wirral Council’s Cabinet decide not to lend developer ~£26 million towards Celtic Manor Resort in Hoylake

                                      

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Cabinet (Wirral Council) 8th July 2019 Celtic Manor Resort

Cllr Pat Hackett (right) speaking about Celtic Manor Resort at a public meeting of Wirral Council’s Cabinet 8th July 2019

Cllr Pat Hackett (right) speaking about Celtic Manor Resort at a public meeting of Wirral Council’s Cabinet 8th July 2019

Wirral Council’s Cabinet (as you can watch above) decided not to lend developer Nicklaus Joint Venture Group Limited an estimated £26 million of borrowed money to finance the Celtic Manor Resort scheme (previously called Hoylake Golf Resort).
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