The WCBC Standards Committee must Investigate Councillor Phil Wynn's Conduct.
We the undersigned are asking that The Wrexham County Borough Council Standards Committee investigate thoroughly and extensively the conduct of Cllr Phil Wynn of Brynyffynnon Ward over the last few months regarding the ongoing purchase of Wrexham FC.
We the undersigned also call on Cllr Phil Wynn to resign immediately relating to the issues outlined in the evidence to be submitted at the September 8th 2011 meeting of the Standards Committee.
We believe that the Standards Committee should pay particular attention to the dossier of evidence that will be submitted prior to the meeting by Wrexham FC fans in relation to the following parts of the Elected Members’s Code of Conduct:
"4.You must -
• (c) not use bullying behaviour or harass any person; and
• (d) not do anything which compromises, or which is likely to compromise, the impartiality of those who work for, or on behalf of, your authority.
5.You must not -
• (a) disclose confidential information or information which should reasonably be regarded as being of a confidential nature, without the express consent of a person authorised to give such consent, or unless required by law to do so;
• (b) prevent any person from gaining access to information to which that person is entitled by law.
6.-(1) You must -
• (a) not conduct yourself in a manner which could reasonably be regarded as bringing your office or authority into disrepute;
7.You must not -
• (a) in your official capacity or otherwise, use or attempt to use your position improperly to confer on or secure for yourself, or any other person, an advantage or create or avoid for yourself, or any other person, a disadvantage;
• (b) use, or authorise others to use, the resources of your authority -
o (i) imprudently;
o (ii) in breach of your authority's requirements;
o (iv) other than in a manner which is calculated to facilitate, or to be conducive to, the discharge of the functions of the authority or of the office to which you have been elected or appointed;
o (v) improperly for political purposes; or
o (vi) improperly for private purposes.
9.You must -
• (b) avoid accepting from anyone gifts, hospitality (other than official hospitality, such as a civic reception or a working lunch duly authorised by your authority), material benefits or services for yourself or any person which might place you, or reasonably appear to place you, under an improper obligation.
Registration of Gifts and Hospitality
17.You must, within 28 days of receiving any gift, hospitality, material benefit or advantage above the value of £10, provide written notification to the authority's monitoring officer of the existence and nature of that gift, hospitality, material benefit or advantage."
We the undersigned also require that The Standards Committee make full public disclosure on all evidence, all investigations and all appraisals of Cllr Phil Wynn's conduct.