The regulator opened six complaints cases against the animal charity in the year to March; the Royal British Legion was second with five

The Charity Commission opened more complaint cases about the RSPCA than any other charity last year, with the Royal British Legion the second most complained-about charity.

The six registered complaints against the animal charity, down from 18 last year, are revealed in the regulator’s response to a request made by Third Sector under the Freedom of Information Act.

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