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A mother who gambled away £100,000 donated for treatment for her seriously ill son has walked free from court after a judge accepted she had been under "extraordinary pressure".
Two solicitors fined by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal last summer have now been permanently disqualified as trustees by the Charity Commission in an unrelated matter.
A woman who pretended she had cancer in an “astonishingly unethical” fraud has been jailed for more than four years.
The mother of six year old Toby Nye, who died in January after battling a brain tumour, has admitted committing fraud on the trust fund set up to pay for her sons specialist cancer treatment.
The former head of a charity for the disabled is to be prosecuted on suspicion of having defrauded the charity’s pension scheme
International Charity Fraud Awareness Week 2018 brought together the charity and not-for-profit sectors to promote charity fraud awareness and share good practice. Charities, regulators, professional advisers, representative bodies, law enforcement and other not-for-profit stakeholders from across the globe took part.
THE case of a manager who works for an organisation funded by Oxfordshire taxpayers was heard at a London court today.
Investigators say they were 'seriously hampered' by lack of records but say more than £100,000 can't be accounted for
A major scandal which left Holstein UK more than £300,000 out of pocket was ‘very quickly’ recovered through insurance, the charity has said.
Three sporting brothers have been "shamed" for defrauding a charity set up for poor African children, it can now be reported.
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