Richard Taylor to stay as director of fundraising at Cancer Research UK
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Richard Taylor to stay as director of fundraising at Cancer Research UK

3 Jul 2015 | Hugh Radojev

Richard Taylor has announced that he will be staying on as the director of fundraising at Cancer Research UK because his planned move to consumer charity Which? is "no longer tenable".

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