A payroll manager who embezzled nearly £360,000 from the British Red Cross has been jailed for more than two years.
Mary Booth pretended to make payments to international delegates and charity employees at the organisation where she had worked for 34 years.
Instead she was transferring the money into her own bank accounts.
She will have sell her £350,000 home to pay back the money – and there has been some debate on TFN's website about whether a jail term was approporiate.
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Is two years too harsh a sentence for stealing £360,000 from a charity?