Charities serving London increase by over 14 per cent during Boris Johnson’s time as mayor
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3 May 2016 | Hugh Radojev

The number of charities serving London increased by 14.7 per cent during Boris Johnson’s time as mayor of the city, according to new data published by charity think tank NPC.

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