Thursday, October 04, 2007

JASE IS OFF SICK - GET WELL SOON!


OUR great friend Jason, the Harbarrowboy, Harbrow is currently off work from the £114million Culture Company through sickness.

For the last four months, Jase has been trying to keep secret a heart problem - which accounts for his latest absence from the Fun Palace.

His heart condition (he hasn't got one, eds) would of course give him a convenient excuse to reluctantly leave the Culture Company stage, without a stain on his fantastic public reputation. (do you think? eds)

So that makes the next move a bit more interesting for his employers, the city council, doesn't it?

Perhaps fireman Bradley will finally have his demand for Jase's head come true? Completely fortuitously, of course.

Meanwhile KenUnworthy is taking some time to find some expert legal opinion on the city council's Mathew Street debacle report (as we predicted, eds), so they are now planning to leak it next week.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Arent lots of long weekends in Spain good for treating that then

Anonymous said...

At least its not Banjo Elbow

Liverpool Direct human resources said...

He has hit a trigger point, he will be put on sickness monitoring and his manager will complete a welfare visit to see if there is anything the council can do to assist him back into work.
If not we will just put him through on capability and sack him for being sick.

Anonymous said...

oh good. wouldn't do for him to be swinging the lead....

Tori Blare said...

I didn't realise Jason had a heart, gobsmacked, you learn something new every day.

Ratepayer said...

Hands up those who think this the precursor to a great big fat juicy pay off to be trousered by our Jase.

After all similar things have been known to happen before, haven't they Warren

MILDRED said...

Full council meeting 17th October, will be discussing a new voluntary severance scheme, already applied to home care staff, the council have ensured their right to give selected persons a huge bung to get lost has been retained.
The council will be voting on this item, on 17th October, if you believe this should be stopped, then get down to the Town Hall about 4.30 pm

LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD ON HOW YOUR COUNCIL TAX SHOULD BE SPENT.