Kids Company to lead to tighter rules around government grant giving
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Kids Company to lead to tighter rules around government grant giving

28 Apr 2016 | Kirsty Weakley

The government has promised that there will be greater scrutiny before awarding grants to charities, as it rolls out a raft of measures as a result of the collapse of Kids Company.

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