At last I have received a copy of the allegation against me made by an Abbeygate resident to The Standards Board. His letter first to the Chief Executive and then to the Board have now been sent to me, not because he had the courtesy to let me know, nor because the Board included it in their letter dismissing the allegation - but because I was forced to make a freedom of information request.
The Board have removed addresses under the Data Protection Act, so that if I wanted to respond directly to the complainant, I could not. However I presume there is nothing now preventing my publishing the two letters, which can be read if you double click on the images below.
See the details on 15th March post.
Was he justified in complaining? Vote in my poll on the right.
Update 9th April. In view of 21CM's comment I have decided to remove the letters. I would be interested to know what others think.