Tuesday 26 February 2013 10.56am
Interesting. The Daily Mail is reporting today that
daily mail wrote:
t is believed Miss Jardine-Brown raised concerns about Lord Rennardís behaviour in September 2008, during an interview with senior officials at the party. Less than eight weeks later, after informing her employer she was pregnant, she was told her role was to be cut.
Whilst one should be cautious in my opinion about speculation in the press, it would be interesting to know who was responsible for cutting the role, when was the idea mooted, what was the rationale for doing so and where was the line of reporting/accountability for the decision.
I understand that Simon Hughes
was party president until the end of 2008 and presumably he will be contributing to the various investigations going on.