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Poll: should Cameron and IDS resign as charity patrons?

This poll is over 8 years old

​15,000 people (and counting) think the PM and IDS should resign their roles at a disability charity. Do you agree?

Should David Cameron and Iain Duncan Smith resign as patrons of mobility charity Motability?


Pressure is mounting on David Cameron and Iain Duncan Smith toresign as patrons of the disability charity Motability as an online petition reached nearly 15,000 signatures.

What do you think? Should the prime minister and IDS do the decent thing and resign their positions at the charity?

Vote now and tell us what you think.

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Jam and Jersusalem
about 8 years ago
Motability is a monopoly making more than £200m per year and paying staff huge salaries and bonuses. Competition and proper governance need to be introduced to bring to an end the years of extortion from the uk taxpayers that the current Motability scheme represents. A National Audit Office investigation with oversight from the Public Accounts Committee is urgently required as a brief scrutiny Motability Operations Accounts reveals huge revenues, even larger reserves and salaries that a FTSE 100 company would struggle to defend.
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means tested
about 8 years ago
I know of a car owner whose household income is about £60,000 a year and who is working. Also the car is mainly used by the spouse who is also working so not what it was meant for.I also think the scheme for those who deserve it should be restricted to lowest models of cars, bought in bulk for maximum discount to the tax payer and must have been produced in the UK - helping employment.
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