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9 May 2013
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Ian Allsop was editor of Charity Finance magazine from 2004 until early 2009. He also edited Association Manager and prior to this worked for accountants BDO Stoy Hayward.
Since leaving Charity Finance to become a full-time father, Allsop has taken on occasional PR tasks for companies serving the sector and continued his role as a judge for the Charity Awards.
He has also volunteered for Oxfam.
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Ian Allsop muses on the unattractive political career prospects of a charities minister.
Ian Allsop previews another year of debates based on personal conviction rather than facts.
Ian Allsop reviews the political bunfight surrounding the appointment of the Charity Commission’s new chair.
Ian Allsop gets advice on management theory from Andrew Lloyd Webber, Tim Rice and Paul McCartney.
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