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Thursday, 12 September 2013

LONDON TAXPAYERS PAY MOYLAN £152,000 A YEAR...THERE IS MONEY IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT!

Shed no tears for Danny Boys Moylan on losing the RBK&C leadership battle and it seems that the Dame has an excellent rival in Steeples Times which has been regaling its many thousand local and international readers on the greed of local cllrs and MP's. Keep it up Mr Steeples!
The Dame hears that he has been appointed to seriously non profit making Crossrail as a non executive director.
This appointment comes as result of being a non executive director of Transport for London.
THE LUCK OF THE IRISH

Now most would think that the fee for this very part time job would be a very nominal fee....say £12,000 a year: after all he is getting a huge wedge from Tfl. 
Wrong! The going rate for this little Crossrail sinecure is a staggering £40,000 a year, plus expenses. This is in addition to the near £24,000 a year Danny rakes in as a non exec on Tfl.

So from Tfl and Crossrail Moylan is collecting £64,000 a year...thanks to Boris. And Boris's generosity with taxpayers' money does not stop there: Boris decided to give Danny a further £75,000 a year as his hopeless Aviation Adviser....so now we have reached £139,000 a year
And it does not stop there....he picks up £12,000 a year from never being around to serve his residents in Queensgate ward bringing his taxpayer generated income to £152,000 a year!

And the poor benighted shareholders of the hugely loss making property trusts he is non executive director of pay him £42,000 a year

So, all in all, Danny Boys is on close to £215,000 a year(with expenses)...eat your heart out,David Cameron!


7 comments:

  1. The Cream always floats to the top - to quote the Hornet

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    1. No, the gross and greedy always steal the cream....this is taxpayers' money you idiot!
      As aviation adviser he is disaster and Boris soon kicked him out the regen company...is that your example of cream!

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  2. Moylan is coming to the end of his economic life and there is a final spurt to put some cash away. He managed (by accident or planning) to alight in the local Government gravy train late in the 20th Century. A time when reward and effort became out of balance and there continues to be no constraints on multi - troughing. Something that Local Government Minister Eric Pickles abhors.

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  3. Honchos like Boris will never put an end to this abuse of multiple public sector pay because the thought is always: "what happens when my turn comes around? must keep the gravy flowing"

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  4. Minor pedantic point but since when did £139,000 + £12,000 = £152,000. Methinks the same needs a new calculator.

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    1. Well done alert reader. In fact the Dame forgot to put in Danny's expenses which notch up another £15k a year so let's leave thing as they are rather than bulking it up.

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  5. Thanks for the kind mention. Your pages are full of fascinating stories I must say.

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