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Ring-fencing public service contracts for charities is a bad idea, NPC tells Labour

16 Sep 2014 | Finance | Kirsty Weakley

NPC has warned that introducing charity-only contracts is the “wrong approach to take”, in its response to the Labour Party’s manifesto consultation.

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Ring-fencing public service contracts for charities is a bad idea, NPC tells Labour

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