Finance boss James Gregory can't stand heat in Jamie Oliver's kitchen

The finance chief of Jamie Oliver's business empire has resigned.
James Gregory quit Jamie Oliver Holdings and moved to Australia for family reasons, a company spokesman said.
He is the third senior finance executive to leave Oliver (pictured with his wife Jools) in little over a year. Tara O'Neill, who was finance chief of Oliver's restaurant business, left in October 2017.
She was replaced by Crispin Holder but he quit in April.
Former restaurant business chief executive Simon Blagden also left at the same time as O'Neill.
According to Companies House, Gregory resigned from Jamie Oliver Holdings in September and has been replaced by Pamela Lovelock.
Gregory's departure comes after reports of low morale at the group as Oliver's brother-in-law Paul Hunt restructures the business.
The business successfully pushed through a company voluntary agreement earlier this year, which saw 12 restaurants close.
Oliver's restaurant chain, Jamie's Italian, had expanded quickly but later found itself buckling under expensive rent agreements.
Earlier this year, the television chef admitted: 'We had simply run out of cash.'
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