Comment on issues affecting charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises, from Third Sector's editor, Stephen Cook.
With a likely reduction in voluntary income post-Afghanistan, military charities must shelve organisational pride and look for greater opportunities for consolidation writes Stephen Cook
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