Women’s Equality Party part-funded by donation from male entrepreneur

Give me strength. The start of the article:

The Women’s Equality Party (WE), the newest party to field candidates in elections in 2016, was helped into existence by a donation from a wealthy male entrepreneur, The Independent can reveal.

Financial support from Maurice Biriotti, co-founder and chief executive of the business management consultancy firm SHM, enabled the newly created political party to pay a salary to one of its founders and meet the costs of getting names on ballot papers for the 2016 elections.

Mr Biriotti, who has not sought publicity, is a former academic. He set up a business partnership with fellow academic, Henrietta Moore and BBC film-maker Sophie Marnham in 1996. He is also involved with the HIV charity Body & Soul.

3 thoughts on “Women’s Equality Party part-funded by donation from male entrepreneur

  1. Hi Mike, this is interesting. The more I look into thi, I have found this agenda seems to be coming from the very top, the like of Rothschild and Rockefeller. Makes you wonder how the He For She campaign, got into the UN. Call me nuts, it’s a New World Order Agenda, can it be stopped??


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