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Ataxia charity directors distance themselves from judicial review

Chief executive Barbara Flynn made an application for a judicial review in an effort to quash the findings contained in a highly critical report by the Charities Regulator

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
29th October, 2017

The board of Ataxia Ireland has distanced itself from a judicial review that is being sought by its chief executive Barbara Flynn.

Flynn made an application for a judicial review in an effort to quash the findings contained in a highly critical report by the Charities Regulator.

In a statement, the board of Ataxia Ireland said the judicial review was being sought by its chief executive Barbara Flynn “in her own personal capacity”.

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