Andrea Leadsom's Ex-Colleague Says She Wasn't A Banker But A 'Part-Time Assistant'

A former colleague of Andrea Leadsom has said she was not “a banker or an investment manager” after continuing controversy over the Tory leadership hopeful’s CV. Robert Stephens, who worked at Invesco Perpetual during Leadsom’s time there, said he was “irritated” that the energy minister had suggested was a senior figure at the investment company “when actually she wasn’t” and that she was “not ideal” to be Prime Minister. You know, when they think of senior investment officer, enormous responsibility for massive amounts of money, taking daily investment management decisions.