John Lewis salesman lied his way to £1m job running schools

A businessman tricked the government into believing he was qualified to run state schools, cost the taxpayer almost a million pounds and damaged the education of thousands of children, a tribunal has revealed.

Johnson Kane, 67, claimed to have been high up in John Lewis, been put on the board of the British Airports Authority by the government before it was privatised and run a venture capital bank when he co-founded the Education Fellowship Trust in 2012.

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