Former Post Office CEO Paula Vennells quits boards of Morrisons and Dunelm

Former Post Office chief executive Paula Vennells has quit as a non-executive director of high street chains Morrisons and Dunelm in the wake of the subpostmaster miscarriage of justice scandal.
The two firms issued brief notes on the London Stock Exchange, saying she would be leaving the roles, which include responsibilities for setting executive pay and upholding corporate responsibility.
Ms Vennells took home £89,000 in fees from Morrisons and £30,000 from Dunelm in the past year, according to the latest published annual accounts.
Dunelm chairman Andy Harrison said: “We respect Paula’s decision to step down from the board and I would like to thank her for the positi …