Ex-War on Want Boss Recommended As IPSA Chair

ruth evans

Guido was intrigued to see who would be chosen as IPSA’s new chair, an important role that fetches £70,000-a-year for only two days work a week. Turns out the the speaker has opted for Ruth EvansShe’s the former general secretary of the left-wing campaign “War on Want”.

That is the same War on Want that  actively supported the Sandinista regime on her watch and throughout the 1980s, even going as far as to launch a “Nicaragua Must Survive” campaign backed by George Galloway at the height of the tyranny in 1985. Aside from their Nicaraguan antics they are well known for their anti-Israel campaigns that lead to a number of investigations by the Charities Commission. Nice to see that IPSA is continuing the great Parliamentary tradition of appointing left-wingers in supposedly neutral roles…




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