Big Issue: Upper Tribunal ruling on public benefit and private schools
Analysis and reactions to the recent ruling by the Upper Tribunal on fee-charging schools and public benefit
Analysis & Reaction
Kaye Wiggins assesses four key sections of the long-awaited ruling and finds that it upholds the legal principles put forward by the Charity Commission while finding fault with some of its guidance. In a related article, we look at what the decision ...
Analysis: What does the Upper Tribunal's decision on independent schools and public benefit mean in practice?
Kaye Wiggins and David Ainsworth look at what the ruling means for the Charity Commission, fee-charging schools, charities in general, and the political debate
Ruling on fee-charging schools says "it is entirely up to trustees how they decide to operate their school"
The Charity Commission has released a statement to counter claims by the Independent Schools Council that its guidance on fee-charging schools has been overturned
Different interpretations are emerging of last Friday's key decision on public benefit and private schools
Charity lawyers talk variously of a victory, a defeat and a score draw
Comment on the Upper Tribunal report
The regulator needs to be more relaxed and to learn to take setbacks in its stride, says Nicola Evans, a senior associate at Bircham Dyson Bell
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