April 2nd, 2014

New IPSA Boss Experienced at Dealing With Thieving Crims

Expenses watchdog IPSA has today announced the appointment of an interim chief executive following the retirement of Andrew McDonald on grounds of ill health. Former South East London Probation Service boss Paul Hayes is taking over for six months.

Putting his experience at dealing with lying, cheating, thieving criminals to good use…


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  1. 1
    Iain Duncan Smith says:

    Dunce of Downing Street a.k.a. David Cameron: http://youtu.be/8w-JOmlsqxg?a

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    • 15
      The Old Codger says:

      “Putting his experience at dealing with lying, cheating, thieving criminals to good use…” A McD’s skills will very sorely tested, that is for sure.

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      • 21
        The Old Codger says:

        Whoops cann’t read not McD but Paul Hayes

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        • 24
          Tom Catesby says:

          Mister Hayes may well be ideal for the job, given his supposed knowledge of liars, thieves and scroats, although he may find a different order of crookedness and super deviousness he never saw in South East London

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  2. 2
    Hang 'em says:

    Good choice…

    He should put all MPs on probation to start with…

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  3. 3
    LibDem spokesman says:

    Correction

    It is Nick Clegg’s private parts that side with Putin, not private partners…

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  4. 4
    Times spokesman says:

    Your reference to article concerning Farage and the Tories

    The author originally was Aaranovitch

    Now it is Finkelstein

    Are they joined at the hip?

    Or are they the same person?!

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  5. 5
    Squeaker says:

    We incapacitated McDonald

    How will we screw and nobble Hayes?

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  6. 6
    Ben Brogan says:

    This man needs a serious shave

    He looks unkempt

    Is he gay as well?

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  7. 7
    Africa V The West says:

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  8. 9
    Fred the pensioner says:

    Let us hope he is not ‘Stockholm Syndromed’ for a few months.

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  9. 10
    I hate to say it but... says:

    No doubt like the probation service he will have his work outsourced to G4S eventually.

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  10. 12
    A BBC Special Correspondent says:

    This post should be filled from the Job Centre.

    It is far too important to be left to pensioned State employees.

    Needless to say not a squeak to be heard from the Opposition Leader.

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  11. 16
    broderick crawford says:

    SALTING THE PENSION POT SAYS

    Nice little number . Six months . Not enough time to be accountable . Plenty of time to stash away sone serious retirement swag.

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    Whenismariamillergoingtobesacked? says:

    This job was advertised as a permanent job with a deadline for applications. The deadline was then extended (I assume as insufficient candidates came forward). I spoke to one of the girls at the recruitment firm, she didn’t appear to think that the job was a tricky one (shows how clued up she was) and thought that the ideal candidate would be somebody with a civil service background, as they would know the “procedures”.
    I didn’t apply as I didn’t think the salary offered a reasonable return for the grief you would encounter from our esteemed politicians.

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  13. 23
    thostids says:

    There’s no chance of re-locating the IPSA office to Guinea, then?

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  14. 26

    Another specimen from the constantly revolving supply of NGO time servers.
    I have a deal for you, Citizens of GB.
    I will return from my sojourn on the Costa del Crime, together with my able Romanian assistants. I will do the job for half the published rate. satisfaction or your money back. We’ll supply our own pliers & baseball bats.
    Have i any takers?

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