ITV taking legal advice over Text Santa funding for BeatBullying

ITV taking legal advice over Text Santa funding for BeatBullying 1

24 Oct 2014 | Governance | Kirsty Weakley

ITV has said it is taking legal advice over the way the money from its Text Santa appeal was used by the BeatBullying Group.


ITV taking legal advice over Text Santa funding for BeatBullying

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