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Tax Abuser Of The Week

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Government and local government agencies are creating an army of pointless jobs and paying themselves as much as they think they can get away with. Someone needs to tackle this sleaze. I have protested to my MP and I have now had communications from two MPs to say the matter is being investigated.

Gold trough award

Chief Executive

SANDWELL METROPOLITAN BOROUGH COUNCIL

West Midlands

£145K

As our Chief Executive, with 6 towns within your remit, you'll take total responsibility for the delivery of service at perhaps the most exciting time in our very diverse history.

Silver trough award

Chief Executive

THURROCK COUNCIL

Essex

c£130K

In this immensely exciting, important and challenging role, you'll take Thurrock forward during one of the biggest periods of change in its history. It will be up to you to put our area on the map.

Award for the most pointless job of the week

Senior Manager, Supporting People Programme

LIVERPOOL CITY COUNCIL

Merseyside

£49,005 - £54,603

You will need a thorough knowledge of Supporting People, experience of working in a large council and strong leadership and interpersonal skills.

Other tax abusers

Director of Children, Learning and Young People

COVENTRY CITY COUNCIL

West Midlands

£113,000 - £118,000 pa

You'll be joining a 3 star authority with glowing JAR, OfSted and other reports, and where Education, Social Services, the PCT and the Chief Executive all share the same high goals and are already working successfully together.

Director, Campaigns and Neighbourhoods

NATIONAL HOUSING FEDERATION

Central London

£100,000

With responsibility for a new internal think tank, market intelligence and research, campaigns and neighbourhoods, your remit will be extensive, and your influence significant. You will create closer alignment between the centre and the regions.

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Quite a short list this week dog. Perhaps the message is getting through (or perhaps they're all on holiday until end September). :angry:

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Quite a short list this week dog. Perhaps the message is getting through (or perhaps they're all on holiday until end September). :angry:

I have noticed that it gets short around this time and before Christmas.

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