Thursday, 2 September 2010

Contact Point a load of cobblers-Sefton Labour Leader

Here is tangible evidence that the debate has moved on. At this morning's cabinet meeting we were reviewing capital spending and there was a proposal for a data base for children. To me it sounded uncannily like Contact Point. Officers were quick to claim that wasn't the case. I have asked that there is clarification to a public meeting  eg the cabinet member for Children Schools and families so that if necessary we can 'call in' the item and review it. What was interesting was the response of the Labour Leader (who was the cabinet member responsible at the time Sefton opted into the scheme) he described Contact Point as a 'load of cobblers'

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