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Sunday, May 28, 2006

Sacked For Appearing On DOND

Louise Brand-Parkinson has paid the ultimate price for appearing on DOND. Her show will be aired on June 12th. Louise was a college lecturer at Blackburn college. But they wouldn't let her have the time off, she took it anyway and paid the price. She is upset at the outcome and, without giving anything away, she says she didn't win a life changing amount. To read the article in full see the LANCASHIRE EVENING TELEGRAPH online.

Was it worth losing her job for?

3 comments:

Ìain said...

HI RandomThoughts, well done another great piece of ferreting. Looks like what ever Louise won, it actually was a life changing amount of money afterall. Can you get in touch by email as I don't think I have a current email address for you.

Cheers

Iain

RandomThoughts said...

Hi Iain,

Thanks for your comment. I tried
emailing you as requested iain@icifm.com. But it keeps coming back as a failure to deliver notice. Will try again tomorrow.

Poor old Louise, it sounds
like she is really devastated to lose her job.

Cheers,

Ìain said...

I thought the email server was back up, but apparently not yet. Hopefully the IT fairies will fix it overnight. Sorry to hear about Louise, perhaps she'll post something here, we could start a campaign to get her re-instated.

Cheers

Iain