Tower Hamlets Watch

Days worked by Mr Ali At National College | May 14, 2010


Just to make it a litter clearer for people.  I’ve taken the liberty of showing the exact days he worked for the National College whilst also being employed in his position as Assistant CEO for Tower Hamlets

September 2008 – 13 days, 11 weekdays
Thu 4, Fri 5, Sat 6
Tues 9, Thur 11, Fri 12
Mon 15, Fri 19, Sat 20
Mon 22, Tues 23, Fri 26,
Mon 29

October 2008 – 15 days, 12 weekdays
Wed 1, Fri 3
Tues 7, Thu 9, Sat 11
Mon 13, Thu 16, Fri 17, Sat 18
Mon 20, Fri 24, Sat 25
Mon 27, Thur 30, Fri 31

November 2008 – 12 days, 12 weekdays
Mon 3, Tues 4, Wed 5
Wed 12, Thur 13, Sat 15
Wed 19, Thur 20, Fri 21
Wed 26, Thur 27, Fri 28

December 2008 – 14 days, 13 weekdays
Thur 4, Fri 5, Sat 6
Wed 10, Thur 11, Fri 12
Wed 17, Thur 18, Fri 19
Mon 22, Tues 23, Wed 24
Mon 29, Tues 30

January 2009 – 13 days, 12 weekdays
Thur 1,
Mon 5, Thur 8, Fri 9,
Mon 12, Thur 15, Fri 16,
Mon 19, Tues 20, Fri 23
Mon 26, Fri 30, Sat 31

February 2009 – 12 days, 12 week days ?? 3 days a week
Mon 2, Tues 3, Fri 6
Mon 9, Tues 10, Fri 13
Mon 16, Thur 19, Fri 20
Mon 23, Thurs 26, Fri 27

March 2009 – 14 days, 14 weekdays again 3 days a week
Mon 2, Tues 3, Frid 6
Mon 9, Tues 10, Fri 13
Mon 16, Wed 18, Fri 20
Mon 23, Tues 24, Wed 25
Mon 30, Tues 31

April 2009 – 12 days, 11 weekdays, 3 days a week
Fri 3, Mon 6, Tue 7 Wed 8
Thu 16, Frid 17, Sat 18
Mon 20, Thurs 23, Fri 24
Mon 27, Tues 28

May 2009 – 13 days, 13 weekdays, 3 days a week
Fri 1, Tue 5, Wed 6, Fri 8
Mon 11, Tues 12, Wed 13
Mon 18, Tues 19, Fri 22
Tues 26, Wed 27, Fri 29

June 2009 – 14 days, 14 weekdays, 3 days a week
Mon 1, Tues 2, Fri 5
Mon 8, Tues 9, Thu 11
Mon 15, Tues 16, Thu 18
Mon 22, Tue 23, Thu 25
Mon 29, Tues 30

July 2009 – 11 days, 11 weekdays, 3 days a week
Wed 1, Fri 3
Mon 6 Tue 7, Fri 10
Mon 13, Tue 14, Fri 17
Mon 20, Mon 27, Fri 31

August 2009 – 9 days, 8 weekdays,  on average 3 days a week
Sat 1, Mon 3 Thur 6
Mon 10, Thurs 13, Fri 14
Mon 17, Fri 21, Thurs 27

September 2009 – 5 days, 5 weekdays
Tues 1, Wed 16, Thu 17
Thur 24, Tues 29

It seems that he was working on average around 3 days a week for the National College whilst being employed by our Council. More importantly he was also charged with the responsibility of  ‘Policy, Performance & Delivery’ which seems to be a highly paid non-job, that only needs full attention for around two days per-week.

Surely this requires the full attention of the council, and should require the council to fully investigate these matters? The first question that needs answering is how many days was Mr Ali actually in attendance at Tower Hamlets Council?

More importantly, as Ted Jeory pointed out in a letter to the editor of the East London Advertiser published on 19 March 2010, that although he’s officially resigned under these allegations, are the council still paying “£10,100 of our council tax money on his salary for every month of his outstanding notice period.”

Mr Jeory also alludes in that letter to the suspicion that there may not even be an investigation actually being carried out. Without any official council declarations, then who knows?


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