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Sport for SportAid charity goes into liquidation

Sport for SportAid charity goes into liquidation
News report; Interview
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12 Oct 1988
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Sport for SportAid Limited - the commercial arm of the SportAid charity - has gone into liquidation owing millions of pounds. SportAid organiser Simon Dring blames the postal strike but creditors have been critical of the management, and John Alexander, representative for satellite company Brightstar (Bright Star?), says that money raised by the charity should be used to pay off Sport for SportAid Limited’s debts. Trustee and non-executive director of the charity, Bobby Charlton, expresses his regret and disappointment. Report by Michael O’Neill.
Bobby Charlton; Michael O’Neill; Simon Dring; John Alexander
Strikes; Labour disputes; Postal services; Charities; Sport for Sport Aid Limited; SportsAid; Brightstar

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