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Some charities 'shut out' of £200m MoJ rehabilitation contracts, says Clinks

Smaller, local and specialist criminal justice charities have been “shut out” of a £200m Ministry of Justice (MoJ) programme, according to the umbrella body Clinks.

The MoJ announced which organisations it had awarded nearly £200m in contracts to deliver rehabilitation services.

Clinks said that the voluntary sector would be the main partner with the Ministry of Justice, but argued that the process had been “so complex” that many charities had decided against bidding at all.

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