Thursday October 22, 2020

Charities Regulator probe delays Glen wind-up

The investigation, which was launched in May, is expected to take several more months to complete

20th August, 2017

The Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (Glen) cannot be wound up until a statutory investigation into the charity is completed by the Charities Regulator.

The investigation, which was launched in May, is expected to take several more months to complete. That month, the board of Glen confirmed that the charity would be wound up. However, this is being delayed until the investigation is finished.

The scope of the investigation includes the administration, governance and financial...

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