Charity takes in science

July 25, 2003

The government's new definition of charity law now includes scientific research as one of the 12 purposes aimed at public benefit. An early draft omitted scientific organisations, but the final version released last week included them among "the advancement of science, culture, arts and heritage" following pressure from lobby groups.

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