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Jonathan Fowles quoted in Times piece on Cherish Freedom Trust

Jonathan Fowles has commented on The Times investigation into the Cherish Freedom Trust, a registered charity. The institution is dedicated to educating future generations and sharing the story of Margaret Thatchers life and legacy as the first female Prime Minister. 

The front page investigation from The Times comes after an appeal to raise funds to create a visitor centre dedicated to Baroness Thatcher. Jonathan commented on charity law principles that might be applicable to aspects of the case.

To view the full article and Jonathan's comments please click here.