Revealed: special tax deal approved for senior official
Student Loans Company chief executive works as ‘consultant’ rather than employeeBy David Hencke | 1 February 2012 | 5 Related pieces
We shall work closely with HM Treasury on its review of engagement practices and public-sector appointments
Ministers approved a contract that enabled the UK’s Student Loans Company to avoid deducting any tax from the pay of its chief executive.
Danny Alexander, chief secretary to the Treasury, ordered his department to “urgently review” the use of such contracts across Whitehall after an Exaro investigation.