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Children's charity founder fears more top-up revelations

The founder of one of the country's most prominent children's charities has said the recent revelations of top-up payments to charity bosses may be only the ''tip of the iceberg''.

8th December, 2013

The founder of one of the country's most prominent children's charities has said the recent revelations of top-up payments to charity bosses may be only the ''tip of the iceberg''.

Jonathan Irwin, the chief executive of the Jack & Jill Foundation, said he feared that the worst was yet to come and that further revelations could yet emerge.

Irwin, a former blood stock agent who established the charity in 1997, said he was shocked that...

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