'Charities have to get used to not always being loved'

Cook, Stephen
January 2014
Third Sector;1/28/2014, Issue 783, p12
Trade Publication
The article presents an interview PR specialist Trevor Morris. Morris comments on the changing attitudes towards the social sector in recent years. According to the author, the lobbying bill is a consequence of politicisation of charities. The author states that good charities will adapt and improve.


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