Archived Regulatory Case Reports for 2009

Ian Jackson made this Freedom of Information request to Charity Commission for England and Wales

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Dear Charity Commission for England and Wales,

Please provide me with copies of the three Regulatory Case Reports which you published during 2009, as listed here:
http://www.charitycommission.gov.uk/Our_...

Can I request that you consider leaving these reports on your website rather than removing them after six months ?

Yours faithfully,

Ian Jackson

Web Enquiries, Charity Commission for England and Wales

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Victoria Feltham, Charity Commission for England and Wales

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Dear Mr Jackson,

Thank you for your request for copies of the Commission's Regulatory Case
Reports published during 2009.  I can confirm that the Commission holds
archived copies of these reports, which I attach for your attention.

<<Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (Pub
date 14 09 09).pdf>> <<National Council On Aging, The (Age Concern
England) (Pub 09 02 09).pdf>> <<Princes Trust, The (Pub date 16 04
09).pdf>>

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Licence and as such, may reproduced.  For more information on what you may
and what you must do in respect of re-using articles covered by Crown
Copyright, please see the below link to the Open Government Licence:

[1]http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/o...

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© Crown copyright 2009.  Reproduced with the permission of the Controller
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Charity Commission.
 
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