Social care charities will suffer under 'maelstrom' of cuts

October 2010
Community Care;10/28/2010, Issue 1841, p9
The article reports on an announcement made by New Philanthropy Capital (NPC), regarding the expected loss of up to 5bn by charities in Great Britain following budget cuts outlined in the comprehensive spending review.


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