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Theresa May Broken Rainbow Charity Scandal

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posted on Jul, 8 2016 @ 07:31 AM
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heatst.com...

Thanks to some digging by BuzzFeed News it is now clear that LGBT charity Broken Rainbow – which has received hundreds of thousands of pounds from the Home Office – collapsed in May amid tales of gross misspending and possible fraud.

The whistleblower who tipped off BuzzFeed has described the Broken Rainbow fiasco as Kids Company-esque in its nature, with talk of money being blown on first-class travel and luxury gifts.

The Charity Commission is “urgently” investigating.

What kind of due diligence did Theresa May’s department carry out before continuing to use public money to fund Broken Rainbow this year after it became clear it was in trouble?

What does May herself know about this scandal?

When asked these questions, a Home Office spokesman refused to answer.

It now looks like the Home Office is worried about this developing story.

It also looks like Theresa May has something to hide.

Safe hands?




www.pinknews.co.uk...

The Charity Commission is probing the collapse of LGBT domestic violence Broken Rainbow, after allegations of mismanagement.
Broken Rainbow had provided the UK’s only national domestic violence helpline and support services tailored for the LGBT community – but had repeatedly warned it was facing a funding shortfall.
Despite the Home Office providing further funding earlier this year, the charity collapsed in May – with an insider blaming “major mismanagement” of funds for the issues.
Internal documents from the charity were this week leaked to Buzzfeed via a whistleblower, showing that donated funds were allegedly squandered on first-class travel for the charity’s execs, as well as luxury gifts..
According to the expose, large grants received from the Home Office and Comic Relief were often spent within 24 hours of payment – used to cover running costs, staff salaries and office expenses.
A Charity Commission spokesperson said: “The Commission received a complaint last year about the governance of the charity and alleged unauthorised payment of trustees.
“The Commission opened a regulatory compliance case and wrote to the charity in order to seek clarity on these issues. In June this year, a further complaint was made to the Commission.

“The Commission is urgently assessing these more serious concerns in order to determine what regulatory action may be required. We are also in contact with Home Office and the Official Receiver. The Commission’s case is ongoing.”



This could impact on her credibility.

Presumably the spook run media are trying to figure out how to spin this breaking news.


At 1:53 to 1:56 in the video there is a slight reptilian tongue flicking moment, as if she's savouring some delicacy. The look is apparent just as she finishes saying, " . . . possibly be." The rest of the time she seems to have her artificial caring face well stuck on.

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posted on Jul, 8 2016 @ 09:15 AM
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a reply to: Kester

How many of these posts do you do? Is there really a " slight reptilian tongue flicking moment, as if she's savouring some delicacy" or are you indulging again in your fantasies? Yesterday you said she 'will be killed by her masters', the other week you were saying the widower of Jo Cox was implicit in her death..................... Do you ever think getting a life might be a worthwhile idea?



posted on Jul, 8 2016 @ 09:54 AM
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a reply to: Kester

It's just the tip of the iceberg. I have to be careful on here now but she's scum, worse than you could ever imagine.



posted on Jul, 8 2016 @ 10:36 AM
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a reply to: uncommitted

It was (drumroll) tongue in cheek. But seriously she does let the mask slip sometimes. There's another moment in there when she looks unhealthily excited about her instructions being followed. She isn't nice. She's hiding a lot.

Please don't feel obliged to even glance at my threads. They're either ill-thought out, totally crazy, or just occasionally on a truly pivotal issue that is beyond the awareness of most. Specialist stuff, not for the casual reader.



posted on Jul, 8 2016 @ 10:38 AM
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a reply to: and14263

I can imagine her gloating over me as the rats eat me alive. Better drink myself to death quick. It's the only way to survive.



posted on Jul, 8 2016 @ 12:22 PM
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originally posted by: Kester
a reply to: uncommitted

It was (drumroll) tongue in cheek. But seriously she does let the mask slip sometimes. There's another moment in there when she looks unhealthily excited about her instructions being followed. She isn't nice. She's hiding a lot.

Please don't feel obliged to even glance at my threads. They're either ill-thought out, totally crazy, or just occasionally on a truly pivotal issue that is beyond the awareness of most. Specialist stuff, not for the casual reader.


But it's not specialist stuff, it's not beyond the awareness of most - it's just the dribble and the drivel that you choose to commit to an internet forum as an anonymous user. Nothing special apart from to the self styled number one armchair anarchist.



posted on Jul, 8 2016 @ 03:02 PM
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Like most places the people who should be checking what being paid out don't really care, I doubt May herself really knew what was going on as it would of been one of many things being funded and thus under some junior member of staff.

When I worked at the local council they had a small grants sort of fund for local charities etc and one guy spent about 2-3 years suspended as he'd broke some rule on who gets what cash but the problem was those higher up who needed to counter sign it had done so without even looking at the details.

In theory at the same time the head of the financial dept was supposed to authorise housing benefit cheques over a certain limit, i was in with him going over telephone reports and he just signed all of them without even looking, i joked to the lady who brought the cheques to him later that i should go and get a cheque for myself and she said no one would probably ever notice.



posted on Jul, 9 2016 @ 05:42 AM
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a reply to: Maxatoria

Thanks for the insight.

I was just about to go for a walk in the woods to cool off because I'm steaming mad about another issue. Now you've mentioned local council money leakage I better make that an extra long walk. I could write a book about it . . . it's all coming back to me. Fume.



posted on Jul, 9 2016 @ 06:29 AM
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originally posted by: Kester
a reply to: uncommitted

It was (drumroll) tongue in cheek. But seriously she does let the mask slip sometimes. There's another moment in there when she looks unhealthily excited about her instructions being followed. She isn't nice. She's hiding a lot.

Please don't feel obliged to even glance at my threads. They're either ill-thought out, totally crazy, or just occasionally on a truly pivotal issue that is beyond the awareness of most. Specialist stuff, not for the casual reader.


Oh kester you had me looking and looking but I did not see.. That Video is from May 2014 and I suppose in her reptilian eyes ? it was a good cause to support.

Still 199 Tory MP's chose her over the other candidates, she cannot be that dumb or untrustworthy or she would not have such backing, why don't you go after Tony B like most of everyone is picking to destroy at the moment..



posted on Jul, 9 2016 @ 03:00 PM
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I missed my chance with Tony. I went to a tough school very close to Durham Cathedral where Tony Blair was a chorister. The bad boys from my school used to ambush the choristers and throw their caps in the river. Police used to talk to us sternly about our nasty little habit during assemblies. But still it went on. If we'd known we would have drowned the bastard.

A dignified gentleman I am acquainted with once physically chastised the young Tony after he proved himself to be one of the three naughtiest boys in the choristers school. This story is told frequently in Durham. Once on a tour of Durham Castle my father started telling this story to the guide while we stood in the room where it happened. Another local academic joined in. The story is much enjoyed and involves Tony vandalising historic oil paintings in Durham Castle during a choristers Christmas party.

Believe me those of us from Durham who know of this story enjoy the though of young Tony being beaten. We'd enjoy it even more now.

From my personal experience in Durham Cathedral I figure he may have been possessed by the spirit of a crusader. But I would say that, wouldn't I.



posted on Jul, 9 2016 @ 06:45 PM
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Also Mr K looks like this Times story about T May having no children by Andrea Leadsom has gained some more support for Theresa.
she is now looking odds on unless one of your posts goes viral, I was beginning to like Mrs Leadsom but a few things are
Not quite having her look quite as sweet as she seems...

www.bbc.co.uk...

www.theguardian.com...



Tory leadership contender Andrea Leadsom is under pressure from some of her own supporters to “clear the air” with Theresa May after suggesting that she would make a better prime minister than the home secretary because she had children. Andrea Leadsom urged to sign 'clean campaign pledge' amid motherhood row Read more Leadsom, who is battling with May for the votes of some 150,000 party members in the race to become Tory leader and PM, provoked a furious reaction after making the comments in an interview with the Times. But while Leadsom insisted she had done nothing wrong and that she had been misrepresented, even MPs who have backed her campaign to date conceded privately that she had made a bad mistake and should apologise to May for giving the newspaper ammunition for such a story.

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posted on Jul, 10 2016 @ 08:09 AM
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. . . unless one of your posts goes viral . . .


I don't think any actual knowledge or information is going to seriously change the chosen path.

But they must be scared to be keeping it out of the spook controlled mainstream drivel.



posted on Jul, 10 2016 @ 05:16 PM
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a reply to: Kester

I think there is a Mission against Andrea Leadsom getting anywhere near Theresas new posting..

For instance..




posted on Jul, 11 2016 @ 03:23 AM
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a reply to: skywatcher44

Interesting. Didn't have time to watch to whole thing but flicking through it I suddenly thought, why the hell didn't Theresa May adopt if she really wanted kids?



posted on Jul, 11 2016 @ 05:50 AM
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Rumor Leadsom is pulling out. Pressure tells.

www.bbc.co.uk...



he BBC's Norman Smith says, if Andrea Leadsom does pull out of the leadership race, a new leader and prime minister could be in place "much earlier than 9 September". Many would be asking "what on earth would be the reason" for Mr Cameron to stay in office with Mrs May "kicking her heels" waiting to take over. He says that transition could take place before Parliament breaks for the summer recess on 21 July. Norman suggests that Mrs Leadsom may not have been prepared for the scrutiny involved in front-line politics. "Clearly she has been bruised by the ferocity of the reaction" to her comments on motherhood.




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