Commission investigates Christian charity over misappropriation of funds
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Commission investigates Christian charity over misappropriation of funds

27 Mar 2015 | Alice Sharman

The Charity Commission is investigating a Christian charity over concerns relating to the repossession of the charity’s property and subsequent litigation and costs incurred by trustees.

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