Liam Kay

Tribunal awards ex-Kids Company staff 90 days' pay

Tribunal awards ex-Kids Company staff 90 days' pay

The London South Employment Tribunal says the charity failed properly to consult staff representatives about redundancy programmes

Avoid using cash couriers, regulator warns charities

Avoid using cash couriers, regulator warns charities

The Charity Commission and the Metropolitan Police warn that the risks include connections with terrorism, the possibility of the money being seized and the time it takes to retrieve seized money

Middlesbrough mediation charity closes with 31 jobs lost

Middlesbrough mediation charity closes with 31 jobs lost

Unite has shut down because of difficult economic circumstances, but only five of the staff have not yet found new positions elsewhere

Twelve staff lose jobs as Combat Stress closes its welfare service

Twelve staff lose jobs as Combat Stress closes its welfare service

Two of the staff at risk have been appointed to new roles in the charity

Former president criticises charity for asking her to resign

Former president criticises charity for asking her to resign

The National Childbirth Trust asked Seána Talbot and two other trustees to leave after a baby died in an NCT-branded cot

Regulator opens statutory inquiry into animal rescue charity

Regulator opens statutory inquiry into animal rescue charity

The Charity Commission has concerns about possible unauthorised trustee beneift and inadequate financial controls at Capricorn Animal Rescue and Sanctuary in north Wales

Trading Standards will not investigate Fundraising Regulator's letter to charity

Trading Standards will not investigate Fundraising Regulator's letter to charity

Children and the Arts reported the regulator to Tower Hamlets Trading Standards, claiming the letter and invoice implied the fundraising levy was mandatory

Charity Finance Group says business rates bill will be £432m in 2019/20

Charity Finance Group says business rates bill will be £432m in 2019/20

This, it says, will be more than double the amount charities paid at the beginning of this decade

Charity Commission in war of words with former charity president

Charity Commission in war of words with former charity president

John Cooper QC, former president of the League Against Cruel Sports, says his complaint about the treatment of whistleblowers by the charity has been ignored by the regulator

Lowering NI business rate relief 'would jeopardise work of charities'

Lowering NI business rate relief 'would jeopardise work of charities'

In response to a consultation, the Charity Retail Association says cutting the relief from 100 to 80 per cent would cost local charities £500,000 and hit the British Heart Foundation hardest of all