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  • Oxfam rapped over poverty tweet

    A tweet by Oxfam about poverty levels could have been "misconstrued as party political campaigning" the Charity Commission has said. The charity posted the tweet this summer in which it argued there was a "perfect storm" caused by "zero hours contracts, high prices, benefit cuts and unemployment". The watchdog said Oxfam "s...

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