Telegraph publishes clarification to its news story about the True and Fair Foundation report
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Telegraph publishes clarification to its news story about the True and Fair Foundation report

11 Feb 2016 | Gareth Jones

The Daily Telegraph has printed a clarification to its report accusing charities of spending too little on “good works”, and has made a number of changes to the online version of the story.

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Telegraph publishes clarification to its news story about the True and Fair Foundation report

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