Tag Archives: Ursula Lidbetter

A vote of confidence for co-operatives

Lincolnshire Co-operative uses local suppliers rather than generating profits for global investors and suppliers Earlier, on Localise West Midlands’ website, research by K2A followed the money spent by customers of the successful Lincolnshire Co-operative. Its finding: money increased in value, … Continue reading

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All decision-makers should face effective scrutiny

A Lancashire dairy farmer writes for this website: Recent events have led to widespread revelations of breaches of trust within many recognised establishments in our society. This ought to be a stark reminder of how we are all ultimately responsible … Continue reading

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Time to rock the boat or accentuate the positive?

In response to a recent article I received an email message and replied in green: When you set up “Concerned Co-operators” it was on the back of an article I wrote some years ago. It was intended to be a … Continue reading

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Appointed: the only Co-operative executive this site has admired

. Just announced: Ursula Lidbetter, currently group deputy chair and chief executive of the Lincolnshire Co-operative Society, is to become Chairman of the Co-operative Group as Len Wardle has resigned ‘with immediate effect’. Snide reference  on Inagist.com – a ‘trending’ … Continue reading

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