Growing political focus on theft and fraudulent collection of clothing designated for charity

November 2010
Charities Management;2010, Issue 75, p54
The article reports on the proposal of the minister for the civil society Nick Hurd to discuss with relevant companies, charities, and organizations to talk about ways on how to handle issues of thefts and bogus collections in Great Britain.


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