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Sep 29, 2010
'Stupid' tweet wasn't in breach of council rules — South Wales Echo
Type: Press
Author(s): Lisa Jones
Source: South Wales Echo
A COUNCILLOR hauled before a disciplinary hearing after calling the Church of Scientology “stupid” has been cleared of any wrongdoing. Cardiff council’s standards and ethics committee decided there was no evidence John Dixon had failed to comply with the its code of conduct. The executive member for health and social services was in London last May buying his wife-to-be a wedding ring, when he posted on website Twitter: “Didn’t know there was a Scientology ‘church’ on Tottenham Court Road. Just hurried ...
Jul 24, 2010
HSLD exclusive: Cllr. John Dixon responds to the "stupid Scientology" saga — Humanist & Secularist Liberal Democrats
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Type: Account
Author(s): John Dixon
Source: Humanist & Secularist Liberal Democrats
The following is is a guest post from Lib Dem councillor, John Dixon, who was recently the subject of a complaint to the Public Services Ombudsman for Wales for calling Scientology 'stupid' in a Twitter post. The views expressed below are John's personal opinion, and are not expressed in his capacity as a councillor; nor are they the official views of the Lib Dem Humanists & Secularists. I think I can safely say that I've come to the end of what ...
Jul 21, 2010
Cardiff councillor's Scientology tweet goes to watchdog — BBC News
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Type: Press
Source: BBC News
A Cardiff councillor who referred to Scientology as "stupid" on a social network site has been referred to an ethics committee. A Church of Scientology member complained about John Dixon's post on Twitter. The Public Services Ombudsman has ruled there is a case to answer under the councillors' code of conduct. Liberal Democrat Mr Dixon claimed he tweeted in a private capacity and his freedom of speech should be protected. The referral follows a trip by Mr Dixon to London last ...
Jul 20, 2010
Councillor faces inquiry over tweet calling Church of Scientology 'stupid' — The Guardian (UK)
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Type: Press
Author(s): Steven Morris
Source: The Guardian (UK)
Watchdog says Cardiff councillor John Dixon's Twitter message 'likely' to have breached code of conduct for local authority members A councillor is facing a disciplinary hearing after calling the Church of Scientology "stupid" on Twitter, it emerged today. The Welsh public standards watchdog investigated Cardiff councillor John Dixon's short message and decided it was "likely" to have breached the code of conduct for local authority members. News of the ombudsman's decision prompted a flood of messages of support on Twitter for ...
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