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Comic Relief's investment review cost it millions 3

30 Apr 2015 | Hugh Radojev

Comic Relief's total income fell in the year to July 2014, compared to 2012, the last year its Sport Relief appeal was held, largely as a result of a decision to sell more than half its investment portfolio pending a review.

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