Charity slated for failing to protect volunteer Alan Henning before Isil kidnapped and killed him

A British charity that employed Alan Henning, the aid worker murdered by Isil, failed to properly safeguard him and other volunteers on convoys to war-torn Syria, a government report has found.

Mr Henning, 47, was filmed being beheaded by Jihadi John, the British Isil militant after he had been held captive for nine months in Syria with other western hostages.

The Manchester taxi driver had raised money to...