Amnesty charity reserves fell to 18 days' spend
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Amnesty charity reserves fell to 18 days' spend

23 Apr 2014 | Finance | David Ainsworth

The charitable arm of Amnesty International UK had 18 days' worth of free reserves at the end of 2013, less than half the charity’s minimum target, according to accounts filed last week with Companies House.

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Amnesty charity reserves fell to 18 days' spend

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