A complainant's view of the CLAE: An unaccountable and significantly biased pseudo judicial quango that's controlled by a government minister approved cabal of ex-local authority chief executive officers. A group that has, over the last few years, systematically reduced the chance of a citizen obtaining an appropriate level of redress, for the injustice they have suffered through local authority maladministration, to almost zero.
Government's view of the CLAE: A statutory quasi judicial body used to give citizen's the misleading impression that an effective system of administrative justice exists in England.
Local Authorities view of the CLAE: A statutory quasi judicial body to which our minister has appointed our friends and ex colleagues, who now, for our mutual benefit
- hides the true level of our maladministration from the citizen's of this country.
- significantly reduces the chance of us, or our minister, from having to face the consequences of our incompetence, maladministration and wrongdoings.