Are London's charities on the decline?

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Are London's charities on the decline?

There are concerns about a decline in the number of charities working specifically to tackle issues in the capital.

Research from the Centre for London shows that while some boroughs have seen an increase in third sector organisations, during the first half of this decade the majority have experienced a fall.

Wednesday's report found that compared to the national picture, London has significantly fewer local charities.

Ben Rogers is the director of the think tank.

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