If self-regulation cannot work the Commission could regulate fundraising, says Shawcross
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If self-regulation cannot work the Commission could regulate fundraising, says Shawcross 1

3 Aug 2015 | Fundraising | Hugh Radojev

William Shawcross has said that if the self-regulation of fundraising cannot be sorted out then the Charity Commission could do it - if the government provided it with extra resources.

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