A Northern Ireland charity created to promote peace has gone into administration because of its spiralling defined benefit liability.
The Spirit of Eniskillen Trust, set up in 1989 following an IRA bombing in Eniskillen, has announced that it will be wound up. In a statement on the charity's website, the trustees said: "Reluctantly...
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