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Liverpool-based charities see funding slashed by £1m

6 Mar 2015 | Finance | Emily Corfe
Tags: Funding

Charities across Liverpool will see their funding cut by half, following a decision by Liverpool City Council to cut its voluntary sector budget by £1m.

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