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Third Sector Governance 21st August 2017
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NCVO says better communication with trustees required after regulator warns charity
NCVO says better communication with trustees required after regulator warns charity
The umbrella body said it was "alarming" that the chair of the charity that received the Charity Commission's first official warning did not understand her role
 
1 Charlie Gard's parents announce plans to found a charity in his memory
 
2 Manchester council launches memorial charity for bombing victims
 
3 Just £2.8m of £18.9m raised for Grenfell Tower victims has been distributed
 
4 London Mayor says he could not support Garden Bridge Trust
 
5 Age UK Knaresborough & District "unfairly dismissed" employee, tribunal finds
 
6 Charity behind London's Garden Bridge announces closure
 
7 Directory of Social Change brands time taken to repay Olympic loan 'shameful'
 
8 Tony Blair Sports Foundation to close
 
9 Commission loosens restrictions on charities offering core grants to non-charities
 
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Opinion
Joe Saxton: Improving trusteeship will take more than just a code The sector needs a dedicated body to support trustees and raise standards, says our columnist Joe Saxton: Improving trusteeship will take more than just a code
 
Liam Kay: The commission is right to flex its new muscles Issuing an official warning to the National Hereditary Breast Cancer Helpline sends a clear message that poor governance won't be tolerated, writes our senior reporter Liam Kay: The commission is right to flex its new muscles
 
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