Political parties and charity bodies condemn Eric Pickles' 'sock puppet' comments
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Political parties and charity bodies condemn Eric Pickles' 'sock puppet' comments

4 Mar 2015 | Hugh Radojev

Labour and Liberal Democrat MPs yesterday denounced Eric Pickles’ assertion that charities would be stripped of grants if they campaigned against government, and said they would reverse such measures if they held power after the election.

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