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Scotland’s richest woman and charity campaigner, Ann Gloag, has told a court that she never met with Elaine McGonigle, the fund-raising campaign director of the charity, “New Pyjamas”, on May 23, 2009.
The Charity Commission has opened a statutory inquiry into Hospice Aid UK (registered charity number 1092575).
Entrepreneur Jim McColl has told a court he could not have had dinner with charity boss Elaine McGonigle – as he was at his “home from home in Monaco”.
Tom Henderson, the Cornwall-based founder of aid charity ShelterBox, has appeared at the Old Bailey on fraud charges.
An Aids charity founder, Eyob Sellassie, who blamed Bob Geldof’s Band Aid campaign for corruption in Africa while masterminding a £100,000 scam on the Government’s gift aid scheme is facing jail after being convicted of fraud.
Christopher Copeland, 52, from Devon, who stole £300,000 intended for the charity Help for Heroes has been jailed for four-and-a-half years.
The former chief Executive of the All Wales Ethnic Minority Association has been told he will not face a retrial on a remaining count of fraud.
In the course of the Charity Commission's investigations and operational casework with charities into matters of regulatory concern, they see too many instances where serious incidents that have occurred in charities have not been reported.
Jury fails to reach verdict on a third charge in fraud trial of Nasir Mailk, whose arrest led to charity Awema folding.
Naz Malik, 65, is accused of swindling around £15,000 from the All Wales Ethnic Minority Association (Awema).
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