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Ex-trustees of defunct homelessness charity attack regulator’s ‘inaction’

Inner City Helping Homeless ‘got no help in handling fallout of sex assault inquiry’

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Sex assault claims were made against ICHH co-founder Anthony Flynn, who later took his own life. Picture by Gareth Chaney

Sex assault claims were made against ICHH co-founder Anthony Flynn, who later took his own life. Picture by Gareth Chaney

Sex assault claims were made against ICHH co-founder Anthony Flynn, who later took his own life. Picture by Gareth Chaney

The former trustees of a homeless charity have criticised the Charities Regulator for its “lack of action” or support after sex assault allegations against the charitable organisation’s chief executive sparked scandal.

David Hall, the former chairman of Inner City Helping Homeless (ICHH), criticised the regulator for its “belated” response to the crisis, which was sparked by the criminal inquiry into the charity’s co-founder Anthony Flynn, who has since died.


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