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The Cambridge House story

Clare Gilhooly, Cambridge House chief executive
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The Cambridge House story

Finance | Tania Mason | 28 Feb 2012

One of the mysteries of the Charity Business saga has been how social action charity Cambridge House managed to come by the electronic and paper records of all the clients. In an exclusive interview with Tania Mason, Cambridge House chief executive Clare Gilhooly tells all – or at least, almost all...

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