The Hodgson Review
The Conservative peer Lord Hodgson has been conducting a review of the 2006 Charities Act. Find out about the wide-ranging reforms proposed by his review.
Decision by Minister for Civil Society comes in interim response to Lord Hodgson's review of the Charities Act 2006; most other proposals get green or amber lights
Peer says he expected strong opposition to trustee payment, the only one of 11 major recommendations to be rejected
MP Charlie Elphicke tells Public Administration Select Committee that the decision not to grant a Brethren congregation charitable status has made parliament a laughing stock
William Shawcross says the idea could help the commission to be properly funded but admits it would face resistance from charities
Civil society minister tells committee of MPs that in the meantime he supports self-regulation 'with the hint of a big stick behind it'
Excepted organisations, such as those connected with some Christian churches, will no longer have to register before 1 October this year
Organisations including the NCVO, the IoF and Navca have written to charities minister Nick Hurd to oppose Lord Hodgson's recommendation
Conservative peer speaks at the launch of his review of the Charities Act 2006
Ralph Michell, director of policy at Acevo, says it would urge that proceeds of the fines go to the Charity Commission
Abolition of national exemption orders on doorstep collections could cost sector millions, charities warn
Lord Hodgson's proposal in his Charities Act review faces criticism from the British Red Cross and the British Heart Foundation
Secondary legislation for CIOs is about to go before parliament, peer says in his review of the Charities Act 2006
Lord Hodgson's law review says that HM Revenue and Customs should provide clear guidance on the different types of social investment
Chief executive Sam Younger tells Public Administration Select Committee he is wary of raising the annual income threshold for mandatory registration of charities
- Large charities should be allowed to pay trustees without permission, says Hodgson
- Simplify access to the charity tribunal, says Lord Hodgson
- 'Charge for registration and cut Gift Aid for late filing of accounts'
- Abolition of national exemption orders proposed by Hodgson review
- Registration charges and trustee payment are proposed by Lord Hodgson
- Charities Act 2011 comes into effect
- Lord Hodgson calls for views on regulation of fundraising and complaints about charities
- Call for evidence from Lord Hodgson for his review of the Charities Act
- Charities Act 2011 receives royal assent
- Conservative peer to lead review of Charities Act 2006
Read summaries about the main proposals, sector reactions and whether they are likely to happen:
- Analysis: What are the prospects for Lord Hodgson's review of the Charities Act 2006?
- Analysis: Lord Hodgson has 'no views' - but the sector has plenty
- Interview: Lord Hodgson promises a wide-ranging review
- Editorial: A closer look at the big picture
- Analysis: Wide-ranging review of the 2006 Charities Act gets under way
- Editorial: What price the review of the act?
- Analysis: Review of the Charities Act 2006 - second thoughts of the legal eagles
See what the sector has to say about Lord Hodgson's review of the Charities Act 2006:
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