FPS recommendation was a 'ministerial condition' of signing off the Etherington Fundraising Review
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FPS recommendation was a 'ministerial condition' of signing off the Etherington Fundraising Review 4

5 Feb 2016 | Fundraising | Hugh Radojev

The government insisted on the inclusion of a “reset button” in the Etherington Review before signing it off, the chair of the Fundraising Preference Service working group said yesterday.

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FPS recommendation was a 'ministerial condition' of signing off the Etherington Fundraising Review

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