Between convened meetings on 8 Marach our Clerk completed and sent off a ICO data breach form without any prior consultation, input or resolution by the council who were not privy to its contents, their accuracy or the fact that the Clerk, acting as DPO, had a conflict of interest in filling in the form as they had themselves caussed the data breach. Now the Clerk's actions are to be rubber stamped in which I assume will be a retrospective decision made at a council meeting tonight. Is this appropriate? Also, when I asked the Clerk to provide all correspondence showing advice on the matter provided to our council by our ALC/SLCC, none has been forthcoming. I also asked who authorised/instructed the Clerk to send off the form before it had been properly approved by the council voting in person at a convened council meeting. No response to that either. Although I wrote about the breach to the Chairman, I have never received an answer from them, even though my signature was published to councillors and on the council website for a month before anything was done by the Clerk, who has not informed our borough council MO or our auditor of the breach.