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Think tank says Labour proposal to ring-fence some contracts for charities is misconceived

Think tank says Labour proposal to ring-fence some contracts for charities is misconceived

NPC says that if contracts are offered exclusively to the voluntary sector, some decisions will be made on factors other than quality

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