More problems at RSPCA as chief executive departs
13th Jun 2017 / By Alistair Driver
The RSPCA’s chief executive Jeremy Cooper has left his position after just one year in the role, indicating further turmoil at the charity.
Mr Cooper a moderate figure who was previously chief executive of the RSPCA Assured, the charity’s food welfare scheme, had promised to build bridges with the farming community after the damage done by his controversial predecessor Gavin Grant.
He took on the top job at RSPCA last April after a two-year gap following Mr Grant’s departure on ill-health grounds.
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