Comment on issues affecting charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises, from Third Sector's editor, Stephen Cook.
MPs want parliament to reconsider, but the approach it decided on in 2006 is not yet complete, writes Stephen Cook
- Editorial: The regulator is in a precarious place
- Editorial: Euro scare story or a real threat?
- Editorial: It's time to start the consultation on charity lotteries
- Editorial: A sea change on the regulator's board
- Editorial: The Charity Commision's inquiry into the Cup Trust is late, but welcome
- Editorial: A nasty shock on rates in Wales
- Editorial: Was the Transforming Local Infrastructure fund a fish to the cats?
- Editorial: There's a way to go on ATM giving
- Editorial: Is the NCVO adapting to sink-or-swim?
- Editorial: The Samaritans story - a parable for our times?
- Editorial: A mauling for the regulator
- Editorial: Alarm bells ring over outsourcing plans for probation
- Editorial: No need to rush this crucial infrastructure fund
- Editorial: One spike doesn't make a big society
- Editorial: Why the Cup Trust affair is damaging to charities
- Editorial: Social value act is a step forward
- Editorial: Transforming an old banger
- Editorial: Are charities now fair game?
- Editorial: A second chance for Chris Grayling to make the most of the sector's expertise
- Editorial: Standing up to the hunting lobby
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- Corporate Relations Co-ordinator Peterborough Environment City Trust £24,000-£28,000 per annum, Peterborough
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- Charity that owed more than £350k to HMRC closes
- HM Prison Peterborough social impact bond has led to a fall in reconvictions, official figures show
- Data on charities' income and spending to be made public from March 2014
- Local authorities should be able to 'de-commission charities at will', says council deputy
- Oxfam's former anti-fraud manager charged with defrauding the charity
- Government appoints first social value ambassador
- Date: Thu 20 Jun 2013 - Fri 21 Jun 2013
- Venue: Central London
- Date: Thu 20 Jun 2013 - Thu 20 Jun 2013
- Venue: Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge
- Date: Tue 25 Jun 2013 - Tue 25 Jun 2013
- Venue: Brewin Dolphin, 12 Smithfield Street, London EC1A 9LA
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