Charity Commission contacts the Bradley Wiggins Foundation over transparency on donations

Charity Commission contacts the Bradley Wiggins Foundation over transparency on donations

A magazine report says supporters of the foundation, set up by the cyclist to encourage community participation in sport, have been 'left in the dark' about how the money has been spent

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