Wednesday, 26 May 2010

Patricia Hewitt rings up £150,000 a year with BT job



Former cabinet minister Patricia Hewitt has been appointed to a £150,000-a-year directorship with BT.

The firm, which is facing possible strike action over pay claims by its staff, made Ms Hewitt a "senior independent director".

The former trade and industry secretary was earlier this year caught up in the "lobbygate" affair when she and fellow Labour MPs Geoff Hoon and Stephen Byers were caught on camera discussing their possible hire by lobbyists. More...


FTAC Watch 26 May 2010 at 19:32  

Few have done more to destroy the jobs of British people in the IT sector.

BT Tech Mahindra are a major offender so it was obvious that she would get a nice little earner out of it.

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