Liam Kay

Charity Commission permanently disqualifies trustee guilty of immigration fraud

Charity Commission permanently disqualifies trustee guilty of immigration fraud

Ravinder Singh, 57, of Manchester was the only active trustee of the Khalsa Missionary Society, and he used his position to help Indian nationals enter the UK illegally

Tribunal tells Stroke Association to pay nearly £13k damages to former employee

Tribunal tells Stroke Association to pay nearly £13k damages to former employee

An employment appeal tribunal in Liverpool rules that the dismissal of office worker Lindsey Unsworth was discriminatory; she had been off sick with a disabling knee condition for more than three years

HMRC grants exemption for charities on restitution interest

HMRC grants exemption for charities on restitution interest

The Charity Tax Group says the move could save the voluntary sector millions of pounds

Kurdish charity provided loan twice the size of its reported income, says regulator

Kurdish charity provided loan twice the size of its reported income, says regulator

An investigation by the Charity Commission finds that the Ipswich Kurdish Islamic Culture Centre had inadequate financial controls in place

Charity in rates scheme was 'pursued for £800,000-plus', says Charity Commission

Charity in rates scheme was 'pursued for £800,000-plus', says Charity Commission

According to a report by the Charity Commission, the now closed Africa Relief Trust exposed itself to significant financial risk by joining the scheme

Sector fears rise in the insurance premium tax

Sector fears rise in the insurance premium tax

A new rate of 12 per cent will cost charities £48m a year from June, according to opponents of the levy

Citizens UK reports itself to regulator after criticism of link to controversial imam

Citizens UK reports itself to regulator after criticism of link to controversial imam

The Henry Jackson Society published a report yesterday that attacked the charity for working with Shakeel Begg after a judge ruled the imam was an extremist

Proper public communication is a devolution 'red line', says Locality policy officer

Proper public communication is a devolution 'red line', says Locality policy officer

Ruth Breidenbach Roe tells a parliamentary all-party group that the sector's advocacy role in devolution had to be asserted

Four equine welfare charities form coalition

Four equine welfare charities form coalition

The organisations say the move will enable them to share expertise but is not a precursor to a merger

Former treasurer of lifeboat charity gets two years for boat-selling fraud

Former treasurer of lifeboat charity gets two years for boat-selling fraud

Roxanna Bridgland, 56, of Grimsby was found guilty of eight charges after taking £24,500 from the now defunct Cleethorpes Rescue Service, including selling online a boat owned by the charity