Philip May doesn’t have a financial interest in G4S. Here’s a list of those who DO

[Image: David Jones/PA].

No, it doesn’t matter how many disinfo-graphics you see on Facebook and/or Twitter, there is no evidence to suggest Philip May (husband of Theresa) has a vested interest in G4S.

This Site published an article about it nearly two years ago so it seems some people are a little late in getting the message.

But if you really want to know who does have a finger in the G4S pie, check out the list below, courtesy of Channel 4 News.

The beleagured security firm G4S, which benefits annually from £600m of contracts from government, has a former government minister, Whitehall advisers and civil servants on its board.

These include, former home secretary and defence secretary John Reid (now Baron Reid of Cardowan), former Met police commissioner Lord Condon (who earns £124,600 as a non-executive director of G4S), former prison governor Tom Wheatley and helpfully for G4S’ energy meter monitoring arm, the former energy regulator Claire Spottiswoode is a non-executive director (earning £56,800).

Source: Public sector outsourcing: the political connections – Channel 4 News

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  1. MerryMichaelW September 2, 2017 at 9:39 am - Reply

    Nice one, Mike. Thanks. :-)

  2. laurettalottiepearson September 2, 2017 at 9:41 am - Reply

    That explains the meter reading bullies for British Gas.

  3. Rusty September 2, 2017 at 9:42 am - Reply

    Just capita then!

    • Mike Sivier September 2, 2017 at 10:39 am - Reply

      Evidence, please.
      No evidence?
      Not Capita, then.

  4. Florence September 2, 2017 at 10:19 am - Reply

    G4$ is an international business that has been seen to fail in almost every country with the same issues – that’s the real story, and why it is so frustrating to see this endless repetition of this. The real “truth” is that Mr May has far more, greater interests that bear much closer scrutiny. Some while ago there were reports he / Maybot were under investigation for a form of insider trading on advance notice of the Article 50 Maybot announcement (I think) by his clients and their £billions but that seems to have gone quiet amid . I recall suggestions that the snap election and long long summer break were to prevent the committee investigating this to be reconvened until the story had gone cold. Is the disinformation cycle in the social media now being manipulated to divert the gaze?

  5. Dan Brown September 2, 2017 at 12:07 pm - Reply

    Pardon me but I’m trying to catch up .
    While you say there is no evidence to link Philip May you mention a previous article .
    This refers to a source you say you relied on at the time that then disappeared .
    What was that source please ?

    • Mike Sivier September 2, 2017 at 12:54 pm - Reply

      I’m afraid I no longer recall.
      I think that the article in question was removed due to inaccuracy. There may have been a threat of legal action although I can’t be sure, this far on.

  6. Barry Davies September 2, 2017 at 10:31 pm - Reply

    It’s the independent so I make no claims it is accurate but this is their information on Philip May :-

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