The old Dame is proud of one thing.
Relentlessly, she fed the press with so many stories of Pooter Cockell's greed and expense manipulation it cost the bounder his much lusted after peerage.
Pooter so yearned to sit his gigantic backside on the red leather of the HoL; pick up a few NED's and the £45,000 a year tax-free allowance....but, thanks to the Dame and her Hornet's, the rogue was left with a mere K...something he never deserved.
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The Dame hears that the Met are anxious to discuss historic matters pertaining to Grenfell Tower with Pooter and former CE, Sir Derek 'Delboy' Myers...a real couple of rascals!
Could that be the reason Pooter has edited out any reference to his money grubbing days as Leader of our Council?
It seems so looking at his CV.
Odd too, he neglects to mention his career flogging fags to African natives.
Sir Merrick Cockell
Chairman Company Name London Pensions Fund Authority Dates Employed Oct 2010 – Present Employment Duration 6 yrs 10 mos Location 169 Union Street, London SE1 0LL Deputy Chairman 2013-15. Appointed Chairman by London Mayor Boris Johnson September 2015. Re-appointed by London Mayor Sadiq Khan December 2016.
Chairman Company Name UK Municipal Bonds Agency plc Dates Employed Jan 2015 – Present Employment Duration 2 yrs 7 mos Location London, United Kingdom
Executive Chairman Company Name Cratus Communications Dates Employed Jul 2014 – Present Employment Duration 3 yrs 1 mo Location West Wing, 25 Lavington Street, Southwark, London, SE1 0NZ
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Governor Company Name Kensington Aldridge Academy Dates Employed Jun 2014 – Present Employment Duration 3 yrs 2 mos Location North Kensington, London
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