Kids Company paid LSE nearly £40,000 for impact report
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13 Aug 2015 | Kirsty Weakley

Kids Company has suffered further media criticism after it was revealed that the charity paid the London School of Economics almost £40,000 for a glowing report about the impact of its work.

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