English Catholic organization hires ex-MP; voting record on life scrutinized
April 22, 2010
England's Catholic Education Service has hired a former lawmaker as its deputy director, despite concerns about his voting record. Greg Pope, who represented Hyndburn in Parliament, was outspoken in his opposition to euthanasia during his active political career. But Damian Thompson of the Daily Telegraph notes that the Labor Party politician voted in support of legal abortion.
- Greg Pope joins CESEW as its new Deputy Director (Catholic Education Service)
- 'Catholic' Education Service's new Deputy Director: retiring Labour MP who voted for abortion
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