Charity Commission examining whether there are 'issues of regulatory concern' at BeatBullying
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Charity Commission examining whether there are 'issues of regulatory concern' at BeatBullying

24 Oct 2014 | Kirsty Weakley

The Charity Commission has said it is "engaged with the trustees" at BeatBullying Group to assess whether there are any “issues of regulatory concern”, and ITV has said is taking legal advice over the way the money it from its Text Santa appeal was used.

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Charity Commission examining whether there are 'issues of regulatory concern' at BeatBullying

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