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Regulator probes poverty relief charity after cash seizure by port officials

Regulator probes poverty relief charity after cash seizure by port officials

The Charity Commission has opened an inquiry into Aid for the Needy & Oppressed after a trustee was stopped by port officers who seized almost £20,000

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