More details are emerging about the director at the centre of the Jubilee stewards scandal. The Learning Development Centre — owned by workfare trainer/employer Molly Prince — has been using a sham office at the University of Salford in order to gain an air of legitimacy:
The home page of their website proudly proclaims:
“The Leadership Development Centre Limited launched from Technology House @ The University of Salford’s Campus, we are an Independent Training Provider who specialise in security training…”
Perhaps, like many of Prince’s other businesses, it is run from a back street in a down-at-heel area of Wigan — alongside the infamous Close Protection UK.
In response to Scrapbook’s query, the University of Salford told us:
“Leadership Development Centre rents a subsidiary ‘virtual’ office from the university on a commercial basis and has no other relationship with us … LDCUK does not provide any other training services to staff or students.”
Something smells funny.
IF YOU KNOW ANYTHING MORE ABOUT THE JUBILEE STEWARDS, MOLLY PRINCE OR HER COMPANIES, PLEASE LET US KNOW.