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British Public Thinks Charities Brought Tighter Marketing Regulations On Themselves

More than two-thirds of the British public thinks charity fundraising should be more tightly regulated even if it means they raise less money, according to new research, following a year of criticism over some fundraising practices. The report by charity research consultancy nfpSynergy found that 71% of those surveyed believe greater regulation is needed, while 68% believe the Government should be doing more to scrutinise charities and their activities.

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