Category Archive: HussainGate

Apr 14 2014

At last! Council Publishes the Akhtar Decision Notice

It’s taken a while, but the Council has now published its findings on Cllr Husain Akhtar’s recent code of conduct breaches. The disgraced councillor failed to attend his hearing to defend himself, and has not responded to our requests for comment. Hearing Working Group – 2nd April 2014 – Decision Notice Harrow Council’s Hearing Working Group sat …

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Apr 03 2014

Comment Round-up: @husain_akhtar Standards Hearing

Following yesterday’s Standards Hearing – the one where he didn’t bother to turn up and explain himself –  where Cllr Hussain Akhtar was found to have breached the Councillors’ Code of Conduct on multiple counts, we sought comment from those affected by his behaviour: Cllr. Susan Hall, Leader of the Council, said: “Cllr. Akhtar tried …

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Apr 02 2014

@husain_akhtar – Still Picking on Cllr Hall

An iharrow.com exclusive Sometimes, fact is stranger than fiction. Literally 12 hours before the Standards Hearing, at which he’d be given every chance to defend the allegations against him in harassing and bullying his female colleagues, the disgraced Cllr Husain Akhtar was still, uh, picking on his female colleagues. iharrow.com has been given an email …

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Apr 02 2014

Cllr Husain Akhtar’s Standards Hearing

Today, after a wait of almost nine months, it was Cllr Husain Akhtar’s turn to sit in the hot seat at a Councillor Standards Hearing at the Civic Centre. Regular readers will recall the disgraced councillor’s history, with his ongoing – and frankly, unbelievable – bleating that he wasn’t involved in the Harrow Council for …

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Mar 27 2014

Cllr Husain Aktar’s Standard’s Hearing – April 2, 2014

At long, long, last, a date has been set for the Councillor Standards Hearing for Cllr Husain Akhtar: April 2, 2014 at 10.00am. Details are sketchy: it took a lot of work for the council to even admit there was a hearing date set, and it wasn’t until late last night that it was finally …

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Jan 28 2014

Cllr Akhtar: Don’t Want Friends

Our good friend, Cllr Husain Akhtar, has decided to updated his website this weekend, to remove any links to his Twitter profile and Facebook page. Clearly, he’s decided that stepping back from constituent engagement is the right thing to do. The links, which could be found in the bottom mucous-green coloured footer on his page, …

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Jan 13 2014

Harrow Council for (Racial) Justice Rediscover Laxatives

Just when you thought it safe to go back on the Internet, than the Harrow Council for (Racial) Justice, clearly having been suffering a bout of constipation, are now back to normal with their usual (and plentiful) bowel movements. As last time, they’re on the attack of Cllr Susan Hall (for a change!) and are …

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Nov 21 2013

Cllr Husain Akhtar Expresses Concern for Cllr Hall

Amusing little email from our good friend Cllr Husain Akhtar, either expressing concern for Cllr Hall’s safety, or – more likely – trying to stop her from rolling her sleeves up and getting her hands dirty down on the streets of South Harrow. Maybe it’s the thought of a councillor actually doing something in the …

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Sep 18 2013

Cllr Husain Akhtar Complains about iharrow.com

Pram overturned, toys everywhere. Local councillor, and possible shadow portfolio holder for the Hokey Cokey, Cllr Husain Akhtar has lodged a complaint against iharrow.com with Harrow Police, claiming harassment, presumably for all the articles we’ve produced about him and his antics. Incredible, huh? It will come as no surprise to most of us that the …

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Sep 07 2013

Husain Speaks: Blah Blah Blah on Conservatives Abandoning ILG

Local funny man, Cllr Husain Akhtar, was the first to leap onto the bandwagon in the comments section of the Harrow Times slating Harrow’s Conservative Group for wanting to call for a new leader of the Council. No surprise there, then. He’s never been much of a fan of Cllr Susan Hall, so this wasn’t …

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