Fundraising Regulator rejected by Scotland in favour of self-regulation
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Fundraising Regulator rejected by Scotland in favour of self-regulation

30 Jun 2016 | Hugh Radojev

The Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations has rejected extending the remit of the Fundraising Regulator to Scotland, instead recommending that greater responsibility for regulating fundraising be placed on charities themselves.

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