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November 2012
Third Sector;11/27/2012, Issue 732, p15
Trade Publication
The article focuses on issues related to the third sector of Great Britain, including equipping street fundraisers with defibrillators by the British Red Cross, the action taken by the charity Barnardo's to a blog comment about its donation claim, and the revelation of the proportion of the income of charities minister Nick Hurd that goes to charities.


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