Tory vice-chair attacks charitable housing association for paying its chief executive £420,000
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Tory vice-chair attacks charitable housing association for paying its chief executive £420,000

21 Apr 2015 | Kirsty Weakley
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The Conservative Party’s vice-chair has urged the Charity Commission to take action against the Anchor Trust after learning that its chief executive’s pay package totals £420,000.

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Tory vice-chair attacks charitable housing association for paying its chief executive £420,000

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