Disabled children in Brighton and Hove were left with unsafe, or no transport to school after council officials changed contractors in 2019.
A review into the fiasco by an independent barrister was commissioned by the city council, with a promise that the findings would be made public.
And clearly, promises were made to be broken, in Brighton...
However, when it was due to be presented in March this year, councillors voted to kick out the press and public before deciding its contents would remain a secret.
Why? Well, that's a good question:
The Argus can now reveal the barrister's report concluded that the council had illegally handed out contracts, broke its own rules in the process, and risked being sued by companies who missed out on the £500,000 contract.
Fearful of the council facing legal action should said companies find out they have grounds to sue, councillors decided to renege on the previous promise of publishing the document.
They know now. Let's hope they take you to the cleaners.