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For Phil Gawne to have the affront to blame anyone apart from his department is a disgrace . The buck stops totally with him. Failure in policy and transparency and a clear failure to research the issues..i.e. Empty parking in Chester street, danger to public and eliminating of public quality areas...plus much more...has the Peel silt issue all over this excuse!! Who was the minister in charge there?!!

 

He probably blames Zippo for his criminal record.

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New proposal solves the problem.  

Douglas development partnership should be arrested not paid.

The public should stand up to Gawne and the DOI (and other Government Departments) more often and hopefully this is a template for things to come. The DOI is destroying a lot of the Island with its ab

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He's now blaming a lack of dialogue from the group and slamming there inability to liaise/work with the Government.

From the man that took 3 months to respond to correspondence from them and seemingly unable to take criticism/work with others

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There will be retribution for this. The DOI ego will not take this lying down.

 

Watch out for a rash of employment-justifying vanity projects....

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Single track from the Sefton end down Castle St, Strand St and Duke St, and along North Quay to HQ. No road traffic issues. Sorted.

 

er, wasn't one of the main problems with it going on the walkway the close proximity of people?

 

I know the street is pretty much dead now, but there are still some folk using it.

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Single track from the Sefton end down Castle St, Strand St and Duke St, and along North Quay to HQ. No road traffic issues. Sorted.

 

er, wasn't one of the main problems with it going on the walkway the close proximity of people?

 

I know the street is pretty much dead now, but there are still some folk using it.

 

People would be more careful if there was only 6 inches between the tram and a wall on either side.

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There will be retribution for this. The DOI ego will not take this lying down.

Watch out for a rash of employment-justifying vanity projects....

Well they've set their minds on spending £21m so they'll have to burn it on something else.

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Phil Gawne is dodging finance regulations yet again, hiding real costs.

 

How else can you get a service running from a £450k loss to a £50k loss with the spin of a pen?

 

This guy needs to face a real Public Accounts Committee. And do some serious penalties for ignoring regulations.

 

More than than that. He needs fookin off to sell ice creams on the prom and stuff.

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There will be retribution for this. The DOI ego will not take this lying down.

Watch out for a rash of employment-justifying vanity projects....

Well they've set their minds on spending £21m so they'll have to burn it on something else.

 

I heard they were going to paint the white lines on the roads.

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