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Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh 'facing directorship ban'

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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 24.04.17 14:05

Yentob also included on this list.
Let's hope the Fraud Squad enquiry is still going

Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh 'facing directorship ban'
Insolvency Service reportedly wants to disqualify ex-board members including Alan Yentob over roles in collapsed charity

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Post by kaz on 24.04.17 16:26

’…………………..How much did BBC pay Tory embroiled in Kids Company scandal to use his 'villain's lair'? Party donor cashes in on filming of The Night Manager

  • BBC paid Tory donor for the use of his clifftop estate in BBC spy thriller

  • Corporation refused to say how much cash had been given to Lord Lupton

  • Scenes for The Night Manager were filmed at his holiday estate in Majorca

  • Lord Lupton has links to the collapsed charity, Kids Company

By Martin Beckford In London and Gerard Couzens In Majorca For The Mail On Sunday


Last night the Corporation refused to say how much licence-payers’ cash had been given to Lord Lupton so that they could shoot scenes for The Night Manager at his family’s spectacular 232-acre holiday estate in Majorca.

La Fortaleza, a 17th Century fortress, is said be Spain’s most expensive property. In The Night Manager, it is the lair of ‘the worst man in the world’ – billionaire arms dealer Richard Roper, played by Hugh Laurie.

Holiday estate: La Fortaleza, a 17th Century fortress, is said be Spain’s most expensive property

But critics said the broadcaster should come clean about its dealings with the peer, given his links to Kids Company, the collapsed charity chaired by former BBC grandee Alan Yentob. 

Lord Lupton, an investment banker who has given £2.9 million to the Conservatives since 2009, accompanied Kids Company boss Camila Batmanghelidjh to lobby Ministers. They later gave her charity a £3 million grant when it was on the brink of financial ruin.

One MP said: ‘I’m sure there will be lots of raised eyebrows given the links between Kids Company and Alan Yentob. The BBC needs to be transparent about this.’………………………’’



The game of  'Pass the Parcel of Money' just keeps playing!


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