Watchdog probes how firm set up by Captain Tom’s daughter made £800,000

The UK charities watchdog has launched an inquiry into whether Captain Tom Moore’s family profited from the charity set up in the NHS fundraising champion’s name.

The Captain Tom Foundation is being probed by the Charity Commission amid concerns that a private company, Club Nook Ltd, controlled by Sir Tom’s daughter Hannah Ingram-Moore and her husband Colin ‘may have generated significant profit’ by trademarking the ‘Captain Tom’ brand without any objection from the charity.

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