UK News PM’s former aides Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill set for £35,000 payouts

20:50  12 june  2017
20:50  12 june  2017 Source:   Press Association

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Divisive senior advisers who quit after running Theresa May’ s disastrous election campaign are in line for payouts of around £ 35 , 000 each. Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill , who were the Prime Minister’ s joint chiefs of staff

Nick Timothy & Fiona Hill , who quit after running the PM ' s disastrous election campaign, are in line for severance payouts of around £ 35 , 000 .

Prime Minister Theresa May's joint chiefs of staff, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, resigned amid intense Tory criticism (John Stillwell/PA) © Provided by The Press Association Prime Minister Theresa May's joint chiefs of staff, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, resigned amid intense Tory criticism (John Stillwell/PA)

Divisive senior advisers who quit after running Theresa May’s disastrous election campaign are in line for payouts of around £35,000 each.

Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, who were the Prime Minister’s joint chiefs of staff, resigned amid intense Tory criticism in the wake of the snap election that cost the Conservatives their Commons majority.

The aides, appointed to the roles by Mrs May when she succeeded David Cameron, were earning a salary of £140,000 as of December last year.

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Nick Timothy & Fiona Hill , who quit after running the PM ' s disastrous election campaign, are in line for severance payouts of around £ 35 , 000 . — Sam Lister (@sam_lister_) June 12, 2017.

Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill , the PM ' s former joint chiefs of staff, will get a bumper pay day after the disastrous election campaign.

Under government rules, they are entitled to severance pay equivalent to three months’ pay.

The part Mr Timothy and Ms Hill played in the General Election has been severely criticised by disgruntled Tories.

Prime Minister Theresa May's chief of staff Nick Timothy and Joint-chief of staff Fiona Hill, who both resigned (Rick Findler/PA) © Provided by The Press Association Prime Minister Theresa May's chief of staff Nick Timothy and Joint-chief of staff Fiona Hill, who both resigned (Rick Findler/PA)

In a resignation statement on the Conservative Home website, Mr Timothy acknowledged one of his regrets was the way Mrs May’s social care policy, dubbed the “dementia tax” by critics, had been handled.

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Theresa May' s aides in firing line after election woe. Sky News - 10 Jun 2017 Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill , who both earn £140, 000 per year, are the target of Tory anger after Mrs May threw away the party' s House of Commons majority with her gamble on a snap General Election.

LONDON: British Prime Minister Theresa May’ s two closest aides announced their resignations Saturday after a crushing electoral setback that left her authority in tatters. Senior members of the ruling Conservative party had reportedly made the departure of Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill a condition of

The Prime Minister was forced to perform an unprecedented U-turn within days of the publication of the Tory manifesto by announcing there would be a cap on social care costs, something that had been absent in the original policy document.

Mr Timothy said: “I take responsibility for my part in this election campaign, which was the oversight of our policy programme.”

Ms Hill, a former journalist, was known for her ferocious loyalty to her boss when she worked for Mrs May at the Home Office.

Such devotion led to her losing that job after she became involved in a furious, and highly public, spat with Michael Gove over tackling extremism in schools.

The Prime Minister’s former communications chief Katie Perrior, who left Downing Street when the election was called, attacked the two aides at the weekend for their “rude, abusive, childish behaviour”.

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