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Andreasen facing fresh allegations

Marta Andreasen, the EU whistleblower voted 2003 Personality of the Year by Accountancy Age readers, is facing fresh allegations from EU commissioner Neil Kinnock.

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The EU chief accountant, suspended on full pay since August 2002 after warning that the €100bn budget was open to fraud, has now been told she faces further allegations of speaking at conferences without permission, the Financial Times reported.

Andreasen is already banned from commission buildings while Kinnock decides whether to take any further action against her.

When accepting the trophy at last week’s Accountancy Age Awards in Battersea, Andreasen thanked the UK profession for supporting her campaign.

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