Gin sold to raise money for Captain Tom Foundation is AXED after claims it ‘breached charity law’ 

A gin sold to raise money for the Captain Tom Foundation has been axed amid claims it ‘breached charity law’.

Bottles of the Captain Sir Tom branded alcohol were launched with the Otterbeck Distillery in his native Yorkshire in November 2020.

The gin has since been on offer on the distillery’s website for £100 since April last year, with the promise of ‘all profits’ going to the Captain Tom Foundation.

But limited edition 50cl barrel-aged bottles were being sold to customers without details of…

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