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Friends of the Earth criticises Times after front page attack

9 Feb 2016 | Governance | Hugh Radojev

The Times today accused Friends of the Earth of “altering documents” and “deceiving” the Charity Commission, but the regulator said its guidance had not been contravened, and the charity described the story as "nonsense".

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