What were the most read stories on this blog for each month in 2016?
As we’re approaching the end of the year, I thought it would be useful to look back and see the posts that were most read on this blog each month from January 2016 to November 2016, along with some comments of my own.
People are still objecting and it goes to a call in meeting on Wednesday afternoon.
Another long running story that had its twists and turns in 2016.
A pay off to Wirral Council’s former senior manager in charge of their press office, would Emma Degg have approved of a Council newspaper?
Gagging of a different sort but the Tribunal theme continues.
The elections came and went in May 2016.
No public or filming was allowed at the public meeting to decide a complaint about Cllr Foulkes.
The recently elected Cllr Kelly called in the Cabinet decision to consult on changes to the bin collections. So did the Conservatives, however Labour made sure that the consultation went ahead.
Lyndale School was heading for closure and the Cabinet had further decisions to make.
Strangely this story from 2013 was the most read in September 2016.
This story published in June 2016 became October’s most read story.
And then it became November’s most read story too.
So the themes of stories most read for 2016 were Hoylake Golf Resort, a pay off to a former senior manager, gagging, elections, secret public meetings, bins, Lyndale School, a planning application refused for a Tesco supermarket and election expenses.
Who knows what will happen in 2017?
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