Ex- Lingerie Model Who Destroyed Husband’s £100,000 Porsche For Cheating On Her Made A Government Tsar

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Lol, a writer with Dailymail do not seem to agree with this.
Read what he wrote about the new appointment below.

To great fanfare, David Cameron has announced his latest
Government tsar. This time, the role involves being an ambassador for
entrepreneurs, with the aim to inspire a new generation of shopkeepers and
small businesses.
So who has he chosen for such a crucial role, at a time when
the British High Street is in dire straits? A glamorous — some might say brassy
— blonde, who made her name in lingerie and likes to be photographed in her
underwear.
We are told that 43-year-old former model Michelle Mone,
founder of lingerie label Ultimo, will travel the country looking into the
barriers that disadvantaged young people face in setting up their own
companies.
Brought up in Glasgow’s East End, Michelle herself left
school at 15 — with no qualifications — to become a model. She started her
lingerie firm in her 20s, was awarded an OBE in 2010, and sold an 80 per cent
stake in the firm last year in a multi-million-pound deal.
In her autobiography, released earlier this year, she
revealed how she hired a private detective to spy on her husband. When she
discovered he was with another woman, she trashed his £100,000 Porsche, put
laxatives in his coffee, and cut up his clothes.
So is Ms Mone entirely suitable to represent the Government?
Explaining the appointment, Work and Pensions Secretary Iain
Duncan Smith said: ‘There’s no one I can think of who’s better qualified to
help young entrepreneurs from deprived backgrounds to turn a good idea into a
flourishing business.’
Really? No one? An internet search of the leading female
entrepreneurs in Britain would seem to suggest there are several other choices.
And to play devil’s advocate, I wonder how many of these
meetings we’re told about will actually take place. If I sound a little
cynical, it’s only because we have heard this story so many times before.
Here’s how it usually plays out. A glamorous businesswoman
or female celebrity is appointed as a ‘tsar’, ‘ambassador’ or ‘envoy’ to advise
Mr Cameron.
She does not have a clear job description as such, but is
simply tasked with ‘going round the country’, or perhaps even the world,
meeting people. She might head a task force, or be leading an inquiry or
review.
Since Mr Cameron has been in office, and in the years
running up to his time as Prime Minister, he has drawn into the corridors of
power a long list of such characters.

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