open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Madeleine Beth McCann went missing from PDL in Portugal on the 3rd May 2007, there are so many unanswered questions, please discuss

Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby Dreyfus » Sun May 04, 2008 6:55 pm

GREAT POINT BY LAFFIN ASSASSIN MADE ON ANOTHER THREAD:


Ok, some posters claim their family members were at the church service in Liverpool.

Were Esther McVey or Jon Corner present.
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby Laffin Assasin » Thu May 08, 2008 2:10 am

where are they, Esther and Jon, they were quite prolific at one point, now they seem to be hiding.

Go Public you cowards. :lol:
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby Laffin Assasin » Sat May 10, 2008 5:43 pm

We can't have esther lanquishing at the bottom of the stickies. :bounce:

We haven't forgotten you Esther. :bounce:
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby Laffin Assasin » Sun May 11, 2008 6:02 pm

Esther, an MP has been asking questions in the house about Clarry.

Some day your going to have to answer.
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby Dreyfus » Sun May 11, 2008 8:21 pm

BUMP for this thread - still no answers to our questions to the Board of course.
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby ShuBob » Sun May 11, 2008 8:44 pm

Laffin Assasin wrote:Esther, an MP has been asking questions in the house about Clarry.

Some day your going to have to answer.


You are assuming she's going to get a government job then 8)

I think she should kiss her political career goodbye whilst she fails to answer basic questions :x
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby Laffin Assasin » Mon May 12, 2008 12:31 am

ShuBob wrote:
Laffin Assasin wrote:Esther, an MP has been asking questions in the house about Clarry.

Some day your going to have to answer.


You are assuming she's going to get a government job then 8)

I think she should kiss her political career goodbye whilst she fails to answer basic questions :x


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OK, I was dreaming that I might get the chance to ask her, up front face to face, but she seems to have gone to ground.

Why is that I ask ?

It should be so simple to answer :?

Maybe Jon Corner will answer for her. :?:
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby redsquare » Thu May 15, 2008 9:55 pm

Apologies if this theory has already been chewed on here. I've gone back over quite a few pages to check but I want to go to bed now!

If you remember, the mortgage payments 'outrage' was broken by the Daily Mail on 29 October - the original version of that article is no longer available to view as it was updated the following day. My query is: Who spilled the beans? It was a PR disaster! I can't imagine the McCanns made it public and Mr Pink didn't seem very happy having to spin it away the next day, so where did it come from? I can only think it must have been leaked from a member of the board of Madeleine's Fund because who else would know? Maybe it was someone that didn't stick around too long after that! Any thoughts? You thinking who I'm thinking? Tory paper...

Was 'Our' Esther encouraged to resign to avoid the press attention and PR damage (for both sides) of being sacked from the board?
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby Photon » Fri May 16, 2008 1:51 pm

redsquare wrote:Apologies if this theory has already been chewed on here. I've gone back over quite a few pages to check but I want to go to bed now!

If you remember, the mortgage payments 'outrage' was broken by the Daily Mail on 29 October - the original version of that article is no longer available to view as it was updated the following day. My query is: Who spilled the beans? It was a PR disaster! I can't imagine the McCanns made it public and Mr Pink didn't seem very happy having to spin it away the next day, so where did it come from? I can only think it must have been leaked from a member of the board of Madeleine's Fund because who else would know? Maybe it was someone that didn't stick around too long after that! Any thoughts? You thinking who I'm thinking? Tory paper...

Was 'Our' Esther encouraged to resign to avoid the press attention and PR damage (for both sides) of being sacked from the board?


This is the paper editions of DM from 30 October:

MADDIE FUND PAYS McCANNS' MORTGAGE;
Donations to help finance hunt for missing girl are used to cover parents' living costs

BYLINE: Vanessa Allen

SECTION: 1ST; Pg. 1

LENGTH: 695 words


KATE and Gerry McCann have used the £1million Find Madeleine fund to pay their mortgage, it was revealed yesterday.

Fund organisers refused to say how much had been spent but confirmed that money donated by the public was made available for the family's living expenses. Neither has worked since Madeleine vanished on May 3, although Mr McCann is due to return to his £75,000-a-year post as a hospital consultant this week.

Mortgage repayments on the couple's £500,000 detached home in Rothley, Leicestershire, are believed to be £2,000 a month.

The Find Madeleine fund, which has received more than £1.09million in donations from all over the world, was set up primarily to fund a publicity campaign after the little girl vanished on May 3.

It also met legal fees involved in setting up the not-for-profit business, which does not have charitable status.

But the fund's directors - who include colleagues, friends and relatives of the McCanns - ruled that they cannot use it to pay the legal team defending them against Portuguese allegations that they were involved in Madeleine's disappearance.

That has been met by a separate fund, using donations from wealthy benefactors including Sir Richard Branson. The salary of the McCanns' spokesman Clarence Mitchell is paid by another millionaire, double-glazing tycoon Brian Kennedy.

But the Find Madeleine fund has paid for other staff, including former campaign manager Justine McGuinness, In the weeks after Madeleine's disappearance it paid for her parents' campaign trips to Madrid, Amsterdam, Berlin, Washington DC and the Moroccan capital, Rabat.

It was revealed last month that about £300,000 had been spent, and a further £80,000 was paid out this month for a new publicity campaign in Portugal, Spain and Morocco. Donations have slowed dramatically, however, since the McCanns, both 39, were made official suspects in the case.

Exact details of where the money has gone will not be disclosed until the end of the financial year when the accounts are made public. Fund officials said an administrator has been appointed to ensure 'the highest standards of transparency and accountability'.

Mr Mitchell said last night: 'The fund exists to support Kate and Gerry where their living costs would become difficult. 'Gerry is going back to work this week and they hope they will not have to rely on it for their living costs for much longer.' The McCanns have said any surplus money from the fund would be given to charities to help families of other missing children.

Friends of the McCanns have said they are anxious to keep the fund's money for the campaign to find Madeleine. They denied Mr McCann was returning to work for financial reasons, insisting he wanted to regain a 'sense of normality'. He has been on unpaid leave and his wife, a part-time GP, has not been paid while she has been off work.

It is understood that Mr McCann will initially work three half-days a week at Leicester's Glenfields Hospital and will not have any direct contact with patients until his employers believe he is ready. His return has been approved by the General Medical Council, which regulates the medical profession, but a senior heart specialist warned last night that it could put patients' lives at risk.

The consultant, who did not wish to be named, asked: 'How will he be able to concentrate on his work with his daughter missing? It is a high-pressure job and you have to make difficult decisions. I can tell you from personal experience that if your mind is not totally on it, it is hard.

'If he is going to be doing procedures where you have to totally focus, the only way you can do it is compartmentalise and if you can't do it, it could be very difficult. He could break down and make a mistake.'

The group Patient Concern said Mr McCann should be monitored for at least three months and the public should be able to choose not to be treated by him. Director Roger Goss said: 'It's a good idea he is allowed back, but he should be monitored to ensure he is all right.

'Patients should be allowed the option of not being treated by him while the case has such a high profile. I know it sounds discriminatory but it is not unreasonable.'


LOAD-DATE: October 30, 2007

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

PUBLICATION-TYPE: Newspaper"

Re who else would know about it? Well, the Fund's bank, the McC's bank and morgage lender (?building society)????

This is the DM article mentioning McVey's resignation:

"MADDIE'S PARENTS PLAN £2M FILM DEAL;
McCanns warned of public backlash after talks with agents and movie company Madeleine: 'We would be naive not to ask for cash

BYLINE: Vanessa Allen

SECTION: 1ST; Pg. 1

LENGTH: 814 words


KATE and Gerry McCann could make £2million from a film deal over the story of their daughter's disappearance, it was claimed yesterday.

Representatives of the couple have begun negotiations with the world's largest entertainment agency, IMG, over selling the rights to their story.

They hope a lucrative deal would fund the continuing search for Madeleine amid fears that the £1.2million raised from public donations will run out within months.

But there were warnings that the extraordinary move risks a backlash against the couple - who are both still police suspects in the case - if they are perceived to be cashing in on the eight-month tragedy.

So far the McCanns, both 39, have turned down offers from big-name chat shows and television dramas as they were anxious to avoid being seen as celebrities.

However the flood of donations after Madeleine went missing on May 3 slowed to a trickle when they were named as suspects in September.

The couple's spokesman Clarence Mitchell confirmed that their representatives began talks with IMG last month, and said they would consider only 'something done sensitively and considerately'.

At the same time, however, Portuguese police are preparing to fly to Britain to oversee fresh interviews with the couple and the group of seven friends who were on holiday with them in Praia da Luz when Madeleine vanished. Even now, leaks from inside the inquiry have suggested that police believe they have enough evidence to charge the couple, possibly with 'accidental homicide', hiding a body or faking a crime. A publicist, who asked not to be named because of the sensitivity of the high-profile case, said: 'It seems extraordinary to be negotiating film rights while they are still suspects in the investigation. It's a huge risk.' The McCanns set up the Find Madeleine fund in May to finance the search for their four-year-old daughter.

It has been used to fund a private detective agency, Metodo 3, and to pay their living costs while they both took extended unpaid leave from their jobs as doctors. But it hit controversy last year when it was revealed that they had used the public donations to pay two £2,000 instalments of the mortgage on their £500,000 house in Rothley, Leicestershire, . The directors of the fund - mostly friends and colleagues of the McCanns - control how the money is used.

They are due to meet today and are expected to discuss the film deal proposal. If the deal goes ahead with IMG, it would involve the same team which made Touching The Void, the award-winning drama-documentary about two British mountaineers' fight for survival in the Peruvian Andes. It interspersed interviews with the mountaineers, Joe Simpson and Simon Yates, with a dramatic reconstruction of events, using actors. A film about the McCanns' search for their daughter could use a similar format, but only if Mr and Mrs McCann were formally cleared as arguidos, official suspects, in the inquiry. While they remain arguidos they are banned from speaking publicly about the events of May 3 and the police investigation.

The company which made Touching the Void, Darlow Smithson Productions, has sent Mr and Mrs McCann a tape to show them how it would treat their story. A spokesman said the firm 'had a preliminary meeting with representatives of the McCanns about the possibility of an observational documentary following the ongoing search for Madeleine. 'Discussions are still at a very early stage and the issue of money has never been raised.' Jonathan Dean, of the magazine Total Film, said he believed the movie rights could go for up to £2million. Disgraced banker Nick Leeson earned a reported £450,000 when he sold the rights to his autobiography, Rogue Trader.

Offers to Austrian kidnap victim Natascha Kampusch were said to have topped £1million. Clarence Mitchell said: 'We've not agreed anything, we're not about to sign anything. We like the proposal, we thought it was fair, but there are others.' He added: 'It would be commercially naive if we did not ask for a donation to the Madeleine fund. We would be giving up the rights to a lot of money which could help to find her. 'Any money raised that way would go to the fund, which Kate and Gerry do not control.

This is not about personal gain for them. Madeleine's Fund is spent on investigators and advertising. It's dwindling. The money is going. I would imagine we've got a few months left. It's not going to last the year unless we get more money in.' Mr Mitchell said a book deal was also being considered 'at some point down the line'. He confirmed reports that one of the directors of the fund, former GMTV presenter Esther McVey, had resigned from the board, but denied it was because of any rift with the McCanns. He said she wanted to concentrate on her role as a Conservative parliamentary candidate and was also about to start studying for a demanding MBA qualification.


LOAD-DATE: January 9, 2008

LANGUAGE: ENGLISH

GRAPHIC: Rights to the Madeleine story could be worth £2m

PUBLICATION-TYPE: Newspaper"
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby redsquare » Fri May 16, 2008 2:30 pm

Thanks for that, Photon. The DM are obviously not going to name the source who 'revealed' the mortgage payment details to them. Surely if it was an 'outsider' to Team McCann, who leaked the information, they would have launched a high-profile campaign to find the source of the leak?
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby Photon » Fri May 16, 2008 7:45 pm

Liverpool Daily Post, 26th September:

Nearly £300,000 has been spent so far on the search for Madeleine McCann, it was revealed tonight.

Directors of a fighting fund set up to help find the four-year-old and support her family met today to discuss how the cash is spent.

To date, according to its website, individuals and organisations have given £1,036,104 to Madeleine's Fund, a non-charitable not-for-profit company.

Donations have rolled in from people touched by the appeals of parents Gerry and Kate McCann, whose daughter vanished from their holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal, on May 3.

And this afternoon, the Fund's board of directors - comprising colleagues, friends and relatives - met in the couple's home county of Leicestershire to decide how to use the money.

The exact figures for what the donations are spent on will not be disclosed until the end of the financial year when the accounts are made public, said director Esther McVey.

But the board did reveal that nearly a third of the money collected has already been used.

Costs incurred include the launch of the Find Madeleine campaign, advertising, the production of the yellow and green wristbands and the employment of former campaign manager Justine McGuinness.

Legal fees had to be met for the setting up of Madeleine's Fund.

Private investigators, understood to include ex-military personnel, are being employed to search for the Rothley youngster outside of Portugal.

And with Mr McCann, the family's main earner, on unpaid leave from his job as consultant cardiologist, part of the Fund has been used to meet their living costs.

"I haven't got the exact figure but it is just under £300,000," said Ms McVey, after today's meeting.

On not producing a full breakdown of the costs, she added: "We are doing what every charity does. We are going by best practice charity rules."

A new £80,000 advertising campaign in the area of Portugal, Spain and Morocco, announced earlier this month, was among future costs discussed at the meeting, said co-director John McCann, Mr McCann's brother.

He said: "At the moment we are negotiating with the suppliers of billboards and the focus will be the north Iberian peninsula.

"We are looking at more internet virals. We are talking to truck organisations about using the sides of their lorries.

"We are still negotiating with the big advertising companies to get better discounts."

Asked about expenditure on investigators to help find his niece, Mr McCann added: "We agreed in principle that we would leave no stone unturned and if we deemed it practicable it could be effective that private investigators be used.

"Not in Portugal, but it could be possible to use them in Morocco or Belgium, where there are sightings."

The McCanns and their supporters have become concerned in recent weeks that speculation surrounding the case has diverted attention away from the search for the youngster.

Speaking after today's meeting, director Dr Doug Skehan, a friend and colleague of Gerry McCann's at Glenfield Hospital, in Leicester, said: "I think the Fund remains directed towards Madeleine and the search and that was the whole focus of the discussion today.

"There's a focus on a reinvigoration of the campaign."

The couple's bill for their new spokesman, Clarence Mitchell, is being met by millionaire businessman Brian Kennedy, who shares a name with Mrs McCann's uncle.

Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson has confirmed he is giving £100,000 to help with their legal bills.

It was decided that the McCanns, named official suspects in their daughter's disappearance, will not use the fighting fund to pay for their defence costs.

In a statement, the board said previously: "The Fund directors realise that there is not only a legal answer and recognise the spirit which underlies the generous donations to Madeleine's Fund, which it is the directors' responsibility to steer.

"For this reason the Fund directors have decided not to pay for Gerry and Kate's legal defence costs.

"We stress that Gerry and Kate have not asked for these costs to be paid."

Madeleine's Fund was set up, said its directors, "to find the little girl, support the family, bring the abductor or abductors to justice and, subject to that, help other missing children".

Surplus funds could be converted into a charity to help families and missing children in the UK, Portugal and elsewhere in similar circumstances, they said.

The board said it was following best practice governance procedures as set out in the Good Governance Code for the Voluntary and Community Sector.

The directors of the company include retired hospital consultant Peter Hubner, Mrs McCann's uncle Brian Kennedy, John McCann, former television presenter Ms McVey, a long-time friend of the couple, Dr Skehan and lawyer Philip Tomlinson.

A fund administrator has also been appointed to ensure "the highest standards of transparency and accountability", the board said.

The next meeting of the board is scheduled for sometime next month.

The Daily Post is a morning paper, so presumably the Board met on 25th (or possibly 24th). Again, presume that the "next" board meeting happened before 30th October - and Esther handed in her resignation at this one. I wonder what the quorum is for approving expenditure? I wonder if Esther only found out about the mortgage repayments at the October meeting and blew a fuse? I wonder how many morgage repayments were made? Clarrie doesn't mention only 2 repayments in the 30th October report "Mr Mitchell said last night: 'The fund exists to support Kate and Gerry where their living costs would become difficult. 'Gerry is going back to work this week and they hope they will not have to rely on it for their living costs for much longer.' " It looks as though they were using the Fund for their living costs right up to (or even beyond) Gerry returning to work. As Auntie Phil said in the Vanity Fair interview - they would struggle on Gerry's salary alone.
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby nicked » Sat May 17, 2008 9:41 pm

From the above article:

On not producing a full breakdown of the costs, she added: "We are doing what every charity does. We are going by best practice charity rules."


I would love to have heard these words spoken, to see where Esther put the emphasis. There is a world of difference between stressing the word every and the word charity.

Whatever, it is deliberately misleading. People who keep telling us that Esther is not involved in the murky side of dealings should reflect on this.
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby Photon » Sat May 17, 2008 9:57 pm

nicked wrote:From the above article:

On not producing a full breakdown of the costs, she added: "We are doing what every charity does. We are going by best practice charity rules."


I would love to have heard these words spoken, to see where Esther put the emphasis. There is a world of difference between stressing the word every and the word charity.

Whatever, it is deliberately misleading. People who keep telling us that Esther is not involved in the murky side of dealings should reflect on this.


I have to wonder if Esther is avoiding being involved in murky things! She and Kate had very different upbringings - Kate went to a state comprehensive school and Esther went to an independent (private) school. (I think) they met when they both attended a college of further education in Liverpool to do A-levels, following which Esther went to London to study Law and Kate went to Dundee to study medicine. Esther is also a director in her family's construction business. I don't know how strong her firendship with Kate is - but given that their university years were spent at different ends of the country........
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby SallyGardens » Mon May 19, 2008 9:11 pm

A nudge from another, (Blackwatch), led me to this story of Esther McVey attending a lovely wedding in 2003, at which a chief executive of Mentorn Media (makers of the 30 April 2008 programme) got wed. Ahhhh! :D

http://archive.thisiswiltshire.co.uk/20 ... 51584.html

"Now it's stars in your aisles"

(From the Swindon advertiser, first published Thursday 3rd July 2003)

"The cream of British TV talent converged on Market Lavington, near Devizes, on Saturday for the wedding of top producer Tom Gutteridge and his long-term partner....
... Mr Gutteridge, chief executive of TV production company, Mentorn,....
....the 300 guests went back to the Gutteridges' home for a reception with catering by internationally famed restaurateur, Marco Pierre White. ... The guests included such illustrious names as Esther Rantzen, George Baker alias Inspector Wexford, Gary Rhodes, Matthew Kelly, John Stapleton and Lynn Faulds-Wood, John Gordon Sinclair and Kirsty Young.
...Greg Dyke and Eve Pollard...
..Mr Gutteridge is probably best known as the creator of TV's 'Robot Wars' and comperes Craig Charles and Phillippa Forrester from that programme were in attendance.
Composer and arranger Laurie Holloway, one of Mr Gutteridge's closest friends, was there too, as were former Liver Bird Nerys Hughes, comedian Neil Mullarkey, Brookside actress and Celebrity Big Brother contestant Claire Sweeney and TV journalist Esther McVey."

(From the Swindon Advertiser
http://www.thisiswiltshire.co.uk)
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Re: open letter to the board re: Esther Mcvey

Postby Photon » Mon May 19, 2008 9:31 pm

SallyGardens wrote:A nudge from another, led me to this story of Esther McVey attending a lovely wedding in 2003, at which a chief executive of Mentorn Media (makers of the 30 April 2008 programme) got wed. Ahhhh! :D

http://archive.thisiswiltshire.co.uk/20 ... 51584.html

"Now it's stars in your aisles"

(From the Swindon advertiser, first published Thursday 3rd July 2003)

"The cream of British TV talent converged on Market Lavington, near Devizes, on Saturday for the wedding of top producer Tom Gutteridge and his long-term partner....
... Mr Gutteridge, chief executive of TV production company, Mentorn,....
....the 300 guests went back to the Gutteridges' home for a reception with catering by internationally famed restaurateur, Marco Pierre White. ... The guests included such illustrious names as Esther Rantzen, George Baker alias Inspector Wexford, Gary Rhodes, Matthew Kelly, John Stapleton and Lynn Faulds-Wood, John Gordon Sinclair and Kirsty Young.
...Greg Dyke and Eve Pollard...
..Mr Gutteridge is probably best known as the creator of TV's 'Robot Wars' and comperes Craig Charles and Phillippa Forrester from that programme were in attendance.
Composer and arranger Laurie Holloway, one of Mr Gutteridge's closest friends, was there too, as were former Liver Bird Nerys Hughes, comedian Neil Mullarkey, Brookside actress and Celebrity Big Brother contestant Claire Sweeney and TV journalist Esther McVey."

(From the Swindon Advertiser
http://www.thisiswiltshire.co.uk)


And this is the man:

http://www.tomgutteridge.com/

now in Newcastle...............having sold Mentorn............
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