What were the 9 most viewed stories on this blog over the last week?
It’s time again to look back at the 9 most viewed stories of the last week (with a few comments on each of them).
The BIG/ISUS issues rumble on with a government minister making sure an audit report isn’t provided in response to a FOI request.
Wirral Council is forced to go back to the drawing board on plans to lease the Conway Building and Hamilton Building in Birkenhead as Isle of Man based International Centre for Technology Ltd pulls the plug on the project.
A FOI request reveals a behind the scenes email about how to manage Martin Morton.
Another story about a FOI request and a long running battle to persuade Wirral Council to produce minutes of a meeting about safeguarding.
A story about how a flaw at one of Merseyside’s school built using PFI led to fire safety problems, are any of the PFI schools on Wirral affected?
A question answered by a number of blacked out pages from the BAM Nuttall Highway Services contract.
Continuing a theme running through a number of these stories about freedom of information requests, Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service’s Deputy Chief Fire Officer Phil Garrigan gives his view on freedom of information.
Cllr Foulkes responds to the campaign to save Woodside ferry terminal.
The top story in last week’s round up details how much Merseytravel spend on media monitoring.
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