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Credit Where Credits Due – or – “If the Cap Fits” Why the Angst?
It appears from very reliable sources, which to the uninitiated in political speak means from within the Conservative party, that my blog giving credit where credit is due to WNDC, Northampton University and Carlsberg raised a great deal of angst in the Leader of the Borough Councils office.
It apparently reached a level at which the Leaders office are concerned and believe that I may be receiving ‘preferential treatment and information’ which is, as anyone who has read the blog will realise, either utter nonsense or the figment of a mind filled with conspiracy theories.
In fact everything in the blog has been and is in the public domain, but of course in bringing them together it has highlighted that the attempts by others to take the credit speaks volumes about the way they think and operate.
I’m sure I’m not alone in recognising the type of people we have all come across in the workplace who spend their time taking the credit for other people’s successful ideas and efforts, whilst at the same time making sure and denying any part in what has failed or is unpopular.
I’m informed that the Northampton Conservative Leader demands to be given credit for his achievements and what has happen during the last 16 months in Northampton and that his record will speak for itself.
In previous blogs and public statements I’ve already outlined the Northampton Conservatives record amongst which are,
Of course there may well be positives which I’m sure they will point out in due course and for which they will unquestionably demand to be given credit.
In the meantime rather than running around trying to hide their failures by claiming credit for others efforts they should concentrate on delivering the vibrant and successful town we all want to see and for which the hard pressed Northampton people deserve and pay for through their taxes.
If the Northampton Conservatives continue to be upset at being criticised then perhaps it’s because they know that the ‘cap fits’ and from now on people will be looking carefully at what they are claiming credit for.