Some charity leaders see themselves as ‘employees of government’
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Some charity leaders see themselves as ‘employees of government’

18 Sep 2014 | Alice Sharman

Voluntary bodies and the state have become so intertwined that some charity leaders whose organisations receive government grants see themselves as employees of government, an academic told the audience at the Charity Commission’s annual public meeting.

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Some charity leaders see themselves as ‘employees of government’

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