Pro-life MP questions pay of abortion charity’s boss

Congleton’s MP has called for a debate at Westminster on the high levels of executive pay in the charitable sector.
Before Parliament was controversially suspended by prime minister Boris Johnson, Fiona  Bruce highlighted the salary of almost half a million pounds received by the boss of an abortion charity.
Marie Stopes Interna-tional, a global charity that provides contraception and safe abortion services in 37 countries around the world, paid its chief executive Simon Cooke a salary package of £434,500 last year, half of which included a bonus. The charity was asked by regulators at the end of August to justify the high levels of pay.

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