NCVO backs Commission's focus on regulation
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NCVO backs Commission's focus on regulation

26 Nov 2014 | David Ainsworth

NCVO supports the Charity Commission’s decision to focus more on regulation, but is cautious about the need for new powers in the Protection of Charities Bill, Sir Stuart Etherington told the committee scrutinising the bill yesterday.

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