4Children collapse: the deciding factors that led to administration
Tuesday, September 13, 2016
4Children chief Imelda Redmond says a perfect storm of contract losses, government policy inertia and shortage of cash reserves led to the charity going into administration, while ex-chief Anne Longfield says she left it in "good shape".
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