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All over the UK news this week is the concluding report from the Charity Commission which suggests lessons for charities, policy makers, and the regulator itself arising from the failed Garden Bridge project. “The report acknowledges that over £50m of public funds were spent by a charity without producing demonstrable public benefit, and concludes that Garden Bridge which cost the taxpayer more than £50m was ‘a failure for charity’ that undermines public trust,” says Gov UK – read the Lesson Learnt here and this from The Telegraph. The full report is available here.

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