The Air Ambulance Service: CEO Andy Williamson & Deputy CEO Alexandra Pope must step aside

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The Sunday Times has accused The Air Ambulance Service CEO Andy Williamson of using charity resources for his own benefit & of conflicts of interest including payment to a company of which him and his wife are directors

Deputy CEO & Director of People Alexandra Pope is responsible for HR decisions at our charity where allegations of bullying have also been reported in The Sunday Times

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/star-struck-air-ambulance-charity-boss-inquiry-ds33cct78

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/the-high-life-ascot-junket-and-vip-service-for-air-ambulance-chief-andy-williamson-x6vdh7x50

https://www.thirdsector.co.uk/regulator-re-opens-air-ambulance-service-case-admitting-previous-advice-fell-short/governance/article/1459809

We the former and current staff of The Air Ambulance Service is saying enough is enough. We believe by refusing to step aside Andy Williamson and Alexandra Pope are putting their own interests above that of the charity. We ask for them to step aside before we approach the media and Charity Commission to shame them into going. This will damage the charity more so we ask that they do decent thing and go now. Their departure is for ultimate good of The Air Ambulance Service.

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