Analysis: the Upper Tribunal decision on fee-charging schools and public benefit

Kaye Wiggins assesses four key sections of the long-awaited ruling and finds that it upholds the legal principles put forward by the Charity Commission while finding fault with some of its guidance. In a related article, we look at what the decision means for the main players - and for the continuing political debate on the charitable status of private schools

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