- The damning Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report on the Charity Commission, published 5 February 2014, specifically criticised the Commission for being “too slow and inefficient” investigating Afghan Heroes. (https://dralexmay.wordpress.com/2014/02/06/charity-commission-not-fit-for-purpose-says-pac/)
- The 10 April 2014 Charity Commission response to the PAC report doesn’t mention Afghan Heroes. (https://dralexmay.wordpress.com/2014/04/10/afghan-heroes-not-mentioned-in-charity-commission-response-to-pac-report/)
- In its report, the PAC says that it had heard from a correspondent who said he’d complained in July 2013 about the charity to the Charity Commission.
- In The Independent newspaper today (14 April 2014), there is a report of a complaint made in 2011 about Afghan Heroes to the Commission: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/why-did-it-take-so-long-to-probe-soldiers-charity-9257642.html.
- On Afghan Heroes, it seems that the performance of the Charity Commission has been even worse than the PAC was aware of at the time of its report.