Culture Secretary visits Playhouse

Salisbury Journal: Culture Secretary visits Playhouse Culture Secretary visits Playhouse

CULTURE secretary Sajid Javid MP visited Salisbury Playhouse on Thursday.

Mr Javid, who was appointed in April this year, visited the theatre with Salisbury MP John Glen.

He met executive director Sebastian Warrack, artistic director Gareth Machin, and chairman of the board of trustees Tim Crarer, to find out more about the Playhouse’s work.

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2:31pm Wed 25 Jun 14

karlmarx says...

This is the chap who replaced Maria Miller (Basingstoke Tory MP) who was forced into resigning over her expenses scandal, Scameron wanted him take her place as Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport. Not a bad choice given the circumstances, there shouldn't be any repeat of the expenses scandal with his appointment...

"His rise to the Cabinet has been rapid. A graduate of Exeter University, he was made a vice-president at Chase Manhattan Bank in New York aged just 25, and moved on to work at Deutsche Bank, reportedly earning millions of pounds in the process."

Should save the taxpayers a few bob.
This is the chap who replaced Maria Miller (Basingstoke Tory MP) who was forced into resigning over her expenses scandal, Scameron wanted him take her place as Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport. Not a bad choice given the circumstances, there shouldn't be any repeat of the expenses scandal with his appointment... "His rise to the Cabinet has been rapid. A graduate of Exeter University, he was made a vice-president at Chase Manhattan Bank in New York aged just 25, and moved on to work at Deutsche Bank, reportedly earning millions of pounds in the process." Should save the taxpayers a few bob. karlmarx
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