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British Red Cross: evolution and meteors

British Red Cross: evolution and meteors
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British Red Cross: evolution and meteors

Governance | 1 Nov 2006

As John McClure, chairman of the British Red Cross, approaches the end of his tenure, he reflects upon the major challenges during his time at the helm - and the outlook for future governance

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