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Fundraising Regulator will name charities that have not paid its levy

Fundraising Regulator will name charities that have not paid its levy

Of the 1,768 charities that have been asked to pay the voluntary levy to fund the regulator's costs, 200 have either refused or ignored requests for payment

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