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Uncertainty reigns for charities after UK votes for Brexit

Charities will have a key role in uniting a country bruised by a bitter campaign on the UK’s membership of the European Union, sector leaders have said

New chief executive at RCET

New chief executive takes up the role from 18 July, replacing James MacBain

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