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Government-sector relationship the most fractious for ten years, says Lisa Nandy

Government-sector relationship the most fractious for ten years, says Lisa Nandy

The shadow charities minister tells an event at the Labour Party conference hosted by Acevo that the big society has pitted the state against communities

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