Bubb: 'Overzealous' regulatory approach to Muslim charities harming fight against terror
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Bubb: 'Overzealous' regulatory approach to Muslim charities harming fight against terror

27 Mar 2015 | Governance | Kirsty Weakley

Acevo's chief executive has warned that an "overzealous" approach by regulators is harming, rather than helping, the fight against terror.

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Bubb: 'Overzealous' regulatory approach to Muslim charities harming fight against terror

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