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The fundraising regulator is particularly concerned to hear about complaints relating to telephone and door-to-door fundraising, and household collections
New development follows arrest and bailing of eight men after the seizure of cash worth about £45,000 at the Port of Dover in December last year
Edward McKenzie-Green, who made payments from Oxfam to fictitious companies between February and December 2011, appeared at the Old Bailey in London
Seafield School (pictured) in Ardrossan and the children's homes Merton House in Largs and Williamfield in Irvine will close with the loss of 69 jobs
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A short video reimagines the conflict in Syria as if it were happening to a child in London
Lord Ashcroft's blunt review of military charities calls for greater consolidation and collaboration. Annette Rawstrone looks at the report's proposals and whether they will be implemented
Jenna Pudelek observes a focus group discussing charities, including fundraising methods and the pay of chief executives
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A recent ruling means charities could see an increase in claims brought by aggrieved relatives - but so far the courts appear to be taking a common-sense approach
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Paul Streets, chief executive of the foundation, talks to Jenna Pudelek about its new grant-making strategy
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