Charities criticise civil society minister for talking 'total nonsense' about grant funding
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27 May 2016 | Fundraising | David Ainsworth
Tags: Grants

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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