Tampon tax charity spending row
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Anti-abortion charity defends receipt of tampon tax grant

Life's Director of Education Anne Scanlon defends the receipt of a £250,000 government grant as Labour MP Paula Sheriff questions it.

The government has pledged to spend the proceeds from the controversial 5% tax on sanitary products on 70 women's charities.

  • 03 Apr 2017
  • From the section Health
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