The former is Unispace Global Director and the latter is CEO. Barter is linked to Tim Browning, a director at both Techniclean companies, who sits on a number of schools and trusts run by the Brethren network, including OSG. The Trust was rebranded into the OSG network in April last year. Mr Hales junior responds, "No, no, group hug" and then, "Don't film". In April, Techniclean Supply Ltd was awarded a £20 million contract to provide Type IIR face masks. SUBSCRIBE to Byline Times now and get this month’s digital edition immediately, Records show that a Conservative MP, paid £100,000 a-year to advise a major healthcare firm, attended a ministerial meeting with that company just days after it was awarded a £133 million Government contract, Questions should be asked about “whether politically connected ‘VIPs’ benefitted from lucrative inside information”, says the director of the Good Law Project, which was handed the documents, The Government shelled out £120,250 for a senior Test and Trace consultant to work for 66 days, Sam Bright reveals, The companies given the contracts are expected to employ “behaviour change models”, reports Sam Bright, With a Saudi-led coalition continuing to drop bombs on Yemen, campaigners prepare to take the UK Government to court again over its arms sales to the kingdom, These waiting times are likely to increase difficulties for individuals already on the sharp end of the Coronavirus pandemic, reports Sam Bright, © Byline Media Holdings Ltd, Byline Times &, Companies Linked to ‘Exclusive Brethren’ Evangelical Sect, Awarded Hundreds of Millions of PPE Government Contracts, Brethren members followed Charity Commission officials, ‘High Profile’ Government Contacts Given Priority in PPE Procurement, Leaked Documents Reveal. An additional beneficiary has been Topham Guerin – the controversial communications firm that worked with the Conservative Party during the 2019 UK General Election. Conservative MP Peter Bone supported the church’s position and even tabled a motion in Parliament aimed at amending the Charities Act to restore the presumption that all religious groups are for the public benefit and therefore can be charities.
Though the company confirmed to Byline Times that a ‘Nick’ Walker is a director, the school has not not replied to inquiries to confirm whether the same Nick Walker is a trustee. Responding to Byline Times, the Brethren said: “The Plymouth Brethren Christian Church is a place of love and worship, not of business and politics. He has worked in Canberra, Melbourne and Jakarta as Indonesia correspondent. The church has denied Mr Hales assaulted the men. Aside from his business interests, Australian Gareth Hales also has religious commitments, as the son of Exclusive Brethren world leader Bruce Hales. In 2017, after an extensive lobbying campaign, the Plymouth Brethren struck a deal with the charities watchdog, the Charity Commission, to overturn an earlier decision to refuse the group charitable status in a test case. Trustee Charlie Leflaive has significant interests in a company called ToffeIn Ltd, which was awarded three contracts worth more than £4 million. The Brethren are hugely wealthy and politically connected. “We understand Mr Gareth Hales is in conversation with the relevant authorities about the measures he had to take, and steps that can be taken to protect him and his family in the future," the church spokeperson said. Robert Halfon, Michael Ellis and Fiona Bruce all received support or attended social events hosted by the group. Charles Allen Campbell is a trustee at The Bloomhill Trust, another OSG member. According to Companies House, Gareth Hales has significant control of the company and records an Australian address. These new £350 million contracts for Unispace Global Health takes the total up to well over half a billion.
Rowan Scott says at this time he had been bent over by Gareth Hales and was being held at the wrist. He has written two books and won multiple awards for journalism, including the Gold Walkley in 2017. Our church is politically neutral and as a church we have never donated to, or campaigned for, political parties. Half a billion pounds distributed to Brethren-linked firms represents roughly 10% of the total cash piled into PPE procurement contracts by the Government in recent months. "I walked away from him as quick as I could," Mr Scott said. Two other companies with links to the OSG network include Denka UK Ltd.
Byline Times has attempted to contact every company, gospel hall and school to confirm the associations of the individuals named above but, as it has discovered with previous procurement contracts, many of these businesses appear to exist on paper only. Hoss is an energetic leader who leverages over 30 years of experience working with large global organizations to oversee Unispace’s Americas Global Strategic Accounts team. He is the son of Exclusive Brethren world leader Bruce Hales.
However, the two men allege that Gareth Hales, whose mansion is next door to his father's, came onto the nature strip and violently intervened as they prepared to record the video.
This article was updated on 29 August to take into account the £113.95 million contract for face masks. Multi-millionaire Sydney businessman Bruce D. Hales, left, leads the Plymouth Brethren Christian Church.Credit:Michael Bachelard. When he grabbed me, I immediately said, 'This is assault'.". Unispace was bought by private equity firm CPE Capital for $400 million in December 2019, though Hales and Hazell appear to have retained control of Unispace Global, which generated revenues of £56 million in 2018. This deal was brokered by a Government advisor, yet evidence obtained by the Good Law Project suggests that none of the masks have yet been deployed in the NHS.
In 2013, former Conservative MP Amber Rudd visited the church in St. Leonards-on-Sea and an investigation by The Times found the group attempting to influence British politics by providing Conservative MPs with election support.
Two men have accused Gareth Hales, whose office fitout company was recently bought by a private equity firm for a reported $400 million, of assaulting them. Despite this, Australian governments generously fund their member-only schools. Another company called Tower Supplies, based in Dorset, appears to have been awarded more than £40 million in two contracts to supply PPE. We will not hesitate to exercise our legal rights if defamed.". This week, the Government further announced a deal worth £113.95 million handed to Unispace Global Health for the provision of face masks on 26 April. Conservative MP Charlie Elphick also accused the Charity Commission of trying to suppress religion in this case. Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any time. Former teachers have alleged that they were required to tolerate bullying, racism and homophobia. Charlie Aris is the CEO at Tower Supplies, according to his Linkedin profile.
It won a £348,000 contract to supply Type IIR masks to Derbyshire County Council. At least £180 million – and up to £300 million – in ventilator and PPE contracts appear to have been awarded to companies linked to an evangelical movement described as a “cult” by former members which has multiple ties to the Conservative Party, Byline Times can reveal. It was awarded a £416,000 contract to supply PPE to Leeds City Council. The multi-millionaire son of Exclusive Brethren world leader Bruce D. Hales has been accused of assaulting a man on a public street outside the religious leader's mansion in suburban Sydney. Any contractual agreements between the Government and these independent businesses are totally unrelated to the church.”. The Focus Learning Trust, that runs the schools, is affiliated to the Brethren. We are in conversation with the relevant authorities and are taking further action. Mr Scott said he and another former member of the world-wide Christian sect, British man Lance Christie, had gone to the nature strip outside Bruce Hales' mansion in Trelawney Street, Eastwood, to record a video on the phone. “There are approximately 20,000 members in the UK and many of these are volunteers for the Rapid Relief Team which is a global charity supporting communities in times of need. While this contract was being delivered, the company was also awarded a £103.7 million contract for the supply of examination gloves. “We have to get a hatred, an utter hatred of the world,” world leader Bruce Hales said in 2006.
Accora Ltd won a £248,000 contract to supply hospital beds to NHS Scotland. The Fulmer Education Trust is also part of the OSG network and among its trustees is Ross Robertson. In January this year, he was accused of assault by two former members on a public street next to his father’s mansion in Australia, where he lives next door.
Given considerable concern about the billions spent on PPE contracts during the Coronavirus crisis without competitive tendering – much of which appears to have gone to Conservative friends and donors – this new revelation suggests an ever narrower sectional interest when it comes to public funds.
For example, earlier this week, Byline Times revealed that the Government granted a £8.4 million contract to a dormant firm to supply hand sanitiser – not the first sleeping firm given a whopping PPE deal by Boris Johnson’s Government. Exclusive Brethren cult leader's millionaire son accused of assault. Another director, Gary Critchley, holds the same position at Plymouth Brethren Christian Church Ltd. Woodcock is also a director at Orcagel Company Ltd which was only incorporated in March this year. Gareth Hales, the son of Exclusive Brethren world leader Bruce D. Hales (left) and the man who alleges he assaulted him, former church member Rowan Scott. He has led commercial real estate teams to develop and execute large scale projects for clients in a variety of industries focusing on finance and media. However, the two men allege that Gareth Hales, whose mansion is next door to his father's, came onto the nature strip and violently intervened as they prepared to record the video.Gareth Hales, the son of Exclusive Brethren world leader Bruce D. Hales (left) and the man who alleges he assaulted him, former church member Rowan Scott. The name of the group stems from the idea of separation: that Brethren members should avoid contact with non-Brethren as much as possible, because the outside world is morally corrupting. It is believed to be owned by members of the Brethren community, a secretive fundamentalist Christian sect. Nicholas Walker is listed as a director of the company with an Antrim address. This money has helped to fund a lobbying effort in the UK. Taken together, these three contracts appear to represent the largest amount of taxpayer cash handed to a single firm for the supply of PPE during the Coronavirus crisis – from the contracts that have so far been revealed by the Government. Unispace and the Department of Health and Social Care have been approached for comment.
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