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Child protection chief in new payoff scandal

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Child protection chief in new payoff scandal

Post by Doug D on 23.05.15 10:25

Child protection chief in new payoff scandal
 
Billy Kenber Investigations Reporter
Last updated at 11:39PM, May 22 2015
 
A child protection chief who was criticised for failing to speak out about widespread sexual abuse by British Pakistani gangs has quit her job with a six-figure payoff and been immediately rehired on almost £1,000 a day.
Sue Berelowitz, who was deputy children’s commissioner for England and chief executive at the quango responsible for protecting vulnerable young people, took voluntary redundancy from her £99,333-a-year post on April 30 and received a severance payment of £134,000. The following day she was rehired as a consultant to continue leading an inquiry into child sexual abuse in the family environment, a role she………..continues behind paywall
 
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/article4449209.ece
 
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Next stop Ineqe?

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Post by aquila on 23.05.15 10:32

@Doug D wrote:Child protection chief in new payoff scandal
 
Billy Kenber Investigations Reporter
Last updated at 11:39PM, May 22 2015
 
A child protection chief who was criticised for failing to speak out about widespread sexual abuse by British Pakistani gangs has quit her job with a six-figure payoff and been immediately rehired on almost £1,000 a day.
Sue Berelowitz, who was deputy children’s commissioner for England and chief executive at the quango responsible for protecting vulnerable young people, took voluntary redundancy from her £99,333-a-year post on April 30 and received a severance payment of £134,000. The following day she was rehired as a consultant to continue leading an inquiry into child sexual abuse in the family environment, a role she………..continues behind paywall
 
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/uk/article4449209.ece
 
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Next stop Ineqe?
Just to add....what the hell is Missing People if not a quango disguised as a charity? It's bolstered by EU and UK government funding. Chief Police officers ACPO, ACPOS and just about everyone in the establishment offer their support and services to this 'charity'.

Ineque...now that's a company that needs to explain its existence.

Oops I think I had a little rant there.

I haven't finished with my rant just yet.

Ineque is a company that boasts offering 'associates' and 'bespoke services'.

NOW my little rant is over.
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