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Charities Regulator case struck out

The challenge had been taken by the former chief executive of Ataxia Ireland against the findings of a Charities Regulator report into the charity

15th July, 2018

A legal challenge against the Charities Regulator has been struck out by the High Court. The challenge had been taken by the former chief executive of Ataxia Ireland against the findings of a Charities Regulator report into the charity.

In a statement last September, Barbara Flynn called the report “fundamentally flawed” after it found that €84,009 was paid to two former trustees, her mother and father. However, the judicial review proceedings have been struck out...

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