Minister 'warned Crisis against campaigning on government benefits policies'
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Minister 'warned Crisis against campaigning on government benefits policies'

2 Oct 2014 | David Ainsworth

Homelessness charity Crisis was warned against campaigning against government policies by Andrew Lansley when he was leader of the House of Commons, the charity’s former director of policy and public affairs said this week.

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Minister 'warned Crisis against campaigning on government benefits policies'

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