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Three trustees of a Hereford and Worcester-based charity have resigned after a regulatory inquiry uncovered a string of failures in its governance, finances and safeguarding.
The Jalalabad Association’s objects are to advance Islam around Hereford and Worcester. In November 2017 it was placed into a class inquiry, along with several other charities, for failing to submit their financial information, for four years.
Read more at the Accountancy Daily.