Rebecca Cooney

Regulator begins consultation on Fundraising Preference Service

Regulator begins consultation on Fundraising Preference Service

Charities, sector staff and members of the public can register online with the Fundraising Regulator to receive weekly briefings and to give their views

Paul Streets says larger charities are in 'dangerous territory' on service provision

Paul Streets says larger charities are in 'dangerous territory' on service provision

The chief executive of the Lloyds Bank Foundation tells an awards event that they are in danger of becoming co-opted as delivery agents of the state

I reduced charities' fines by 90 per cent, Information Commissioner reveals

I reduced charities' fines by 90 per cent, Information Commissioner reveals

Elizabeth Denham tells a conference on regulatory compliance that the fines levied on the RSPCA and the British Heart Foundation for breaking data-protection law were lenient

We have not misinterpreted data law, says Information Commissioner

We have not misinterpreted data law, says Information Commissioner

Elizabeth Denham tells charities they have to accept the ICO's rulings on data protection and commit to positive change

Go above and beyond the law on data, charities warned by Fundraising Regulator

Go above and beyond the law on data, charities warned by Fundraising Regulator

New guidance published today says charities must do the right thing by their donors, aspiring to best practice rather than just compliance with the law

Charity attempts to stop ticket touts cashing in on its Ed Sheeran concert

Charity attempts to stop ticket touts cashing in on its Ed Sheeran concert

Tickets for the concert have appeared on a reselling site for more than 100 times their face value

Donors must be given clear explanations of wealth screening and data matching, says ICO

Donors must be given clear explanations of wealth screening and data matching, says ICO

In a conference paper, the Information Commissioner's Office says charities must notify people of plans to use their data even if it is in the public domain

Housing developer donates shares worth £200m to his own foundation

Housing developer donates shares worth £200m to his own foundation

Steve Morgan, founder of Redrow, has donated 42 million shares to the Morgan Foundation

Charity reprimanded by regulator after it promoted a trustee's national assembly election campaign

Charity reprimanded by regulator after it promoted a trustee's national assembly election campaign

The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland has revealed the case in a report about charities' campaigning activities published before the latest round of elections next month

Charity Commission looking into the Henry Jackson Society

Charity Commission looking into the Henry Jackson Society

The regulator says it is assessing whether it has any regulatory role after a newspaper reported the charity was paid £10,000 to promote anti-China propaganda