Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Some Charity Fraud Could Go Unpunished as Budget is Cut
Significant fraud carried out in charities may go unpunished because of 27% government cuts to their regulator, the Charity Commission.
Its chief executive, Sam Younger, is considering a policy of ignoring some official reports of charity fraud.
This would be for cases up to a "quite high" threshold.
The government says it is confident the commission will respond to the challenging cuts. It wants charities to help provide more public services.'
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