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Hurd promises to cut bureaucracy for charities getting public money

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Wed, 06/10/2010

Civil society minister Nick Hurd tells the Conservative Party conference that the government would reduce bureaucracy for charities receiving public money, but would ask them to provide more evidence of the outcomes they achieve.

Hurd said charities should not think of the big society as a government programme. "It's a call to action," he said. "The government is a catalyst for the big society, but people need to do it themselves rather than look to the government to tell them what to do."

Source: Third Sector News