Esther McVey’s- Work and pensions secretary was director of demolition firm served two notices for health and safety violations | The Guardian


Labour has called on Theresa May to rethink the appointment of Esther McVey as work and pensions secretary because McVey was a director of a demolition company served with health and safety prohibition notices, an area covered by her department.

Jon Trickett, the shadow Cabinet Office minister, has written to the prime minister saying he had grave concern about McVey’s promotion in this week’s reshuffle because of the two notices served on the firm in 2003 owing to unsafe scaffolding.

via Calls for Theresa May to reconsider Esther McVey’s move to DWP | Politics | The Guardian.

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