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Disasters Emergency Committee and its members were charged £1.5m by Google during Typhoon Haiyan appeal

Disasters Emergency Committee and its members were charged £1.5m by Google during Typhoon Haiyan appeal

This cumulative spend of the DEC and agencies was on "cost-per-click" advertising after the Philippines disaster

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Linda Butcher: Big petition numbers do not always bring success

Linda Butcher: Big petition numbers do not always bring success

With the rise of the internet, it's much easier these days to get petitions together on almost any issue, but they are only one part of the campaigning puzzle, writes our columnist

The rollercoaster ride to bring back Dreamland

The rollercoaster ride to bring back Dreamland

A group of local residents and campaigners began a 12-year battle that led to the reopening of a historic amusement park on the Margate sea front. Andy Hillier reports

Analysis: Law review will not tackle the question of 'connected persons'

Analysis: Law review will not tackle the question of 'connected persons'

The waters on conflicts of interest and private benefit are muddied and are unlikely to be cleared by the Law Commission consultation on amendments to the law, writes Sam Burne James

More charities can now opt out of audits - but is it wise?

More charities can now opt out of audits - but is it wise?

The rise in the audit threshold removes the requirement for 4,000 more charities, writes Sam Burne James

Do volunteers get enough support from the bosses?

Do volunteers get enough support from the bosses?

Some think charity chiefs could get more involved in volunteer management, writes Annette Rawstrone

Communications update: Vicky Browning on the power of a name

Communications update: Vicky Browning on the power of a name

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Legal Update: Charities bill contains new powers for the Charity Commission

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