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A petition has been started on Change.org, click here, ‘Charity ‘ – Shelter CEO’s on £125 K – Year, should NOT receive Honours.
Polly Neate, Chief Executive of the so called housing charity Shelter, has been honoured with a CBE in the New Year’s Honours list.
This will be particularly controversial with Landlords and Lettings Agents who have been repeatedly attacked by Shelter for performing a service they do not provide eg. providing homes.
The petition says:
“So-called ‘ Charity ‘ Shelter CEO paid £125 k / a year, who don’t provide any food or accommodation should NOT receive Honours.
“It would be more fitting for a volunteer, such as Salvation Army, or even paid charities such as Crisis or Centre Point who Do actually provide more, than Legal assistance to Rent-defaulting Tenants to find loop-holes ( and half of their £60 M – year budget is funded by Govt!)”
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