In what was a lively session at the ICAEW’s council last week arguing the pros and cons of public disciplinary tribunals, TS knew things were unlikely to quieten down when the debate moved on to whether the council should be turfed out of its room to allow the construction of a new-fangled ‘information centre’.
When talks began it became clear that discussing the matter would be impossible unless the financial aspects of the building work could be part of the public session.
As the matter intensified, a clearly frustrated Alan Livesey said the council should ask TS for its views. TS didn’t get to orate from the lectern instead the debate was shunted into the private session. TS’s public views are clearly unconstitutional, no doubt.
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