Giving something back

Benn, Melissa
February 2009
Public Finance;2/13/2009, p4
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the British government's financial aid to help institutions withstand the impact of economic slowdown. She remarks that the government is assisting relatively little, despite Cabinet Office minister Liam Byrne's claim to give £42.5 million. She relates that despite arising evidence of the impact the recession have on voluntary organisations, the ministers had previously ruled out any direct aid.


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