The National Trust chairman has been pushed out so now it's time we fired the execs for peddling a woke agenda the members hate
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Particularly pleased to see two-term National Trust chairman Tim Parker has been forced out by member power. Under his watch the Trust ran into a storm when the charity decided to investigate its historical links to slavery and colonialism.
Since the Trust owns some of the finest and oldest homes in the land it is no surprise that they had links to a dubious past. So what?
Mr Parker is not the only one to blame for all the bad publicity surrounding the Trust. The real culprits are the chief executive and her team.
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The Trust’s Director-General since 2018 is Hilary McGrady who has been with the outfit for 13 years. She is paid £195,000 a year and basically has lost the trust of the members.
They want her out. The historian and journalist Simon Heffer says that under her and Parker they have turned it into a Left-wing front organisation.
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Another on the list is Celia Richardson, the communications director. It will come as no surprise that she started her PR career with the Refugee Council.
Activists have set up an organisation called restore Trust and a spokesman said;” We have excellent contacts within the trust-we have penetrated at every level-and we know there’s a small group of about three management figures who have a highly woke agenda so we are out to oust them along with Parker.”
Parker, aged 65, is a successful businessman basically responsible for sacking thousands of employees whenever he took over business so it would be quite enjoyable watching him get his cards.
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