Companies House finally removes Esther McVey’s name from political campaign group’s details

It turns out Esther McVey wasn’t involved with political campaigning organisation Loyal Scots Company after all.

Companies House has removed her name from that organisation’s listing, so we now have no reason to believe that she has been its secretary, as had been previously stated (by the Companies House listing).

I had reported on the matter here

And here.

Now Evolve Politics, which broke the story after it was uncovered by Alex Tiffin, has reported:

As Vox Political reported this too, it is also necessary for me to report the change.

But I still want to know why Ms McVey tried to attack Mr Tiffin before straightening this out.

And, come to think of it, why she stopped police from investigating the apparent fraud.

I see no information about either of these elements. Do you?

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3 Thoughts to “Companies House finally removes Esther McVey’s name from political campaign group’s details”

  1. Florence

    It almost seems that she might not have been too sure herself if she was an officer of the company- these ppl tend to indulge in title-collecting from companies and sinecure posts for pay for no work etc. not that I would defend that woman.

  2. nmac064

    Couldn’t the removal actually mean she resigned her position, and not that she never held it?

  3. Jeffrey Davies

    See laughing sailors machine YouTube hahahaha nothing she said is taking has truthfully whot a woman hay sold soul to 😈

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