Miners' Union Charity Theft

A union leader accused of stealing £150,000 from a charity for sick and elderly miners has been found guilty at Nottingham Crown Court

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Judge summing up in charity "theft" case

The judge in the trial of two union leaders accused of stealing money from a miners' charity to fund improvements at their own houses has begun summing up the case to the jury.

The former President of the Union of Democratic Mineworkers Neil Greatrex & the current UDM general secretary Mick Stevens are charged with stealing £148,000 from the Nottinghamshire Miners' charity, of which both men were trustees.

Both men deny 14 counts of theft.

The trial continues.

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