Tony Blair and family promoted Miss after debt warning – The Times

Tony Blair promoted a child protection organisation despite having been warned of allegations that it had misused grant money and failed to pay tens of thousands of pounds in debts, a Times investigation can reveal.
The former prime minister received a letter in November 2012 from a former director of Miss, stating that the Blair family’s association with the organisation was “a significant reputational risk”.
John Hoey, a former assistant chief fire officer, stated that he had stopped working with Miss because its founders had used European grant money in a way that “in my view was in clear contravention of the financial regulations”.
He said “a number of eminent professionals and organisations” were “owed tens of thousands of pounds” and he had
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