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Chairman keeps insinuating mole in Council

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Our Chairman keeps insinuating there is a mole in Council but wont provide any further information. How can this be addressed?
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I do recall observing something similar number of years ago.  The issue was the Chairman had reasonable grounds to suspect an individual within the chamber was providing/divulging information from the confidential session to one of the prospective contractors.  The key been he could not prove it (merely suspected) so was not prepared to say who.  I gather eventually a number of members confronted the Chair (with Vice & Clerk stood next to them)  and basically said they all resented the constant insinuations either put up or shut up in effect as politely as possible.
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Thank you for your response. This particular Chairman is ruling the roost as though its his fifedom; only time will tell as to how it will continue.

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