The vote to leave will have overwhelmingly negative consequences for charities

The vote to leave will have overwhelmingly negative consequences for charities 4

24 Jun 2016 | David Ainsworth
Tags: Elections

Charities were hugely in favour of remaining in the European Union, and will face mostly negative results because of the decision to leave, says David Ainsworth.


The vote to leave will have overwhelmingly negative consequences for charities

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