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Civil Society Question Time-style debate

Finance | 16 Apr 2012

The coalition government reaches its second anniversary in May.

On 16 May Civil Society Media and NCVO are hosting a special debate with minister for civil society Nick Hurd and his Labour shadow Gareth Thomas, alongside Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of NCVO. The panel will be chaired by the editor of Charity Finance, Andrew Hind CB. Go to civilsociety.co.uk/coalitiondebate for the full coverage of the debate first thing on Thursday 17 May.

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