Bone disease outfit slashes workforce

A charity headed by Camilla Parker-Bowles has axed 20 per cent of its staff.

The 18-year-old National Osteoporosis Society, of which Parker-Bowles is president, has reduced its workforce from 64 to 52 after a long-term examination of its financial position.

"It has become clear the money the NOS is receiving does not match the money it would wish to spend on all of its work," the organisation said in a statement.

The society said it would maintain its key services and continue to campaign on relevant issues.

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