Refugee and homeless charities among most unpopular

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Refugee and homeless charities among most unpopular

New research suggests 60 per cent of London businesses wouldn't volunteer to work with a charity that deals with refugees. 

The study, by the City of London Corporation, also claims that homeless organisations are also unpopular with volunteers in the capital. 

Noa Burger is from the corporation and Martin Bangs from Opus 2 International explain more. 

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