Yentob oversaw the perfect model for a charity gone bad; secrecy, obfuscation, lack of transparency, unaccountability, misuse of tax funds, employees paying themselves huge sums, waste and extravagence. Indeed, the parallels between the way in which he ran Kid's Company and all the manifest problems with the BBC are too many to be random.
Yet this man retains his comfortable place with the BBC, as do the idiot mandarins their places with government who bled tax-cash to this foolish, absurd behemoth with its weird front woman dressed in tents of brightly coloured patchwork rags. She is almost certainly suffering under some form of mental disorder and was used by Yentob in much the same way as a barrage balloon is deployed.
They must go, of course. And without peerages, KCMGs and similar insider compensations. They are in disgrace and are lucky if they avoid prison.
|Kid's Company boss eating lunch|