Dan Corry is Chief Executive of the charity think tank and consultancy New Philanthropy Capital (NPC)
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A suspicion of what charities actually deliver is holding back donations
01 August 1995 12:02 AM
The regulator is there to make sure the private sector utility monopolies do not abuse their power by over-pricing. In each industry affected there is one regulator, acting alone and directly accountable to no one, who sets a price cap every five years. This limits the price increase allowed, usually to some rate lower than inflation. Yet the most obvious result of this system has been huge profits (and executive remuneration) for the privatised utilities.
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