City academy charity chiefs accused of living ‘high life’ on taxpayers’ cash -E-Act

Directors of a charitable trust that runs eight city academies have been accused of enjoying a culture of excess by claiming thousands of pounds of public money for luxury hotel rooms and long-distance taxi journeys.

Sir Bruce Liddington, the director general of E-Act, which allocates government money to eight schools, claimed £1,436 on deluxe hotel suites for two nights for himself and a colleague, according to documents seen by the Guardian.

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