Charities criticise civil society minister for talking 'total nonsense' about grant funding
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27 May 2016 | Fundraising | David Ainsworth
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Sector bodies have criticised minister for civil society Rob Wilson for talking "total nonsense" about grant funding, and have said he has lost sight of the purpose of his department.

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