Sentencing of former trustee over £250,000 scheme fraud delayed

Hope William-Smith
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The case against the former trustee of a charity for the disabled who pleaded guilty to fraud has been adjourned.
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The case against the former trustee of a charity for the disabled who pleaded guilty to fraud has been adjourned.

The case against the former trustee of a charity for the disabled who pleaded guilty to fraud has been adjourned.

In a statement issued on 13 December, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) said the case against Patrick McLarry of Bere Alston in Devon had been postponed for legal reasons. No date was set for the recommencement...

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