Five lessons for charities and ministers from the collapse of Kids Company
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
The closure of Kids Company highlighted problems over the checks and balances used by government and charities to ensure public funding is spent well, from which the rest of the children's voluntary sector can learn.
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