Anderson settles DH case

The Department of Health has agreed a settlement with its former commercial director, Ken Anderson, after taking him to court.


By Civil Service World

14 Nov 2012

A high court writ filed last year in the name of Andrew Lansley, then health secretary, stated that action was being taken “in respect of benefits received corruptly and in breach of duty.”

It claimed Anderson had been paid money and given a sportscar by a former colleague who was working as a consultant for the DH.

The DH released a statement earlier this month stating: “The secretary of state for health and Ken Anderson confirm that the civil proceedings brought by the secretary of state against Mr Anderson have been settled on confidential terms with no admission of liability by Mr Anderson.”

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