Government in Contact with Victoria and Albert Museum over Allegations Against Trustees

The government has spoken to the Victoria and Albert Museum about allegations made against its trustees, the charity has confirmed.

The Mail on Sunday newspaper reported that Nicholas Coleridge, the chair of trustees at the V&A, offered a private tour of the museum as a prize in an auction to raise funds for the Conservative Party.

Another V&A trustee, Ben Elliot, is a fundraiser for the Conservative Party and the party’s co-chair.

Trustees have a duty to ensure their personal interests are separated from the resources of their charity.

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