ref date:30 Apr 2002 (hea)
Labour corruption surfacing again?
Gavyn Davies, the pro Labour party chairman of the BBC, whose wife Sue Nye is a senior aide to Gordon Brown (Chancellor), has invested more than £500,000 in an E-business company that will probably make millions from new government laws
that FORCE hospital trusts to buy goods and services via the internet.
UKprocure is a company that specialises in purchasing goods for NHS hospitals online and is run by Davies and others including Chai Patel, a Labour donor and government adviser.
See any pattern yet?
Even city analysts see the setup in this cozy mix of exploitative business opportunism...(is that corrupt or not?)