By this story.
Not the fact that she's been sacked.
The fact that she's been sacked without pay.
Did you ever?
What a pretty situation we find ourselves in now. What is the country coming to when a perfectly incompetent public servant, who totally fails to deliver on what she is paid to do, and is responsible for failing to prevent the spectacular death of a little boy, loses her job and doesn't trouser an enormous pay-off?
This sets a very dangerous precedent indeed. I hope the taxpayer takes note. . .