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The essential flow of power backwards and forwards is missing from the relationship between the Charity Commission and the sector, writes our columnist
The Charity Commission was granted new powers by the Charities (Protection and Social Enterprise) Act last year
Our columnist's head was buzzing after he spent some time at the International Volunteering Day
Combining with another organisation is sometimes the best way for a charity to fulfil its aims, so being merger-ready is simply good sense, writes Rebecca Cooney
Labelling ex-offenders as categories, not individuals, will not help them escape their past, says our columnist
The Charity Commission's legal director was quizzed by a House of Lords Select Committee on revisiting the guidance following concerns
What do you do when someone who is raising cash for you does not hand it over? Rebecca Cooney reports
Earlier this year, William Shawcross, chair of the...
The bandwagon about the salaries of senior staff in...
Plus: Charity tribunal fees and quotes for William Shawcross
Charities bringing private prosecutions is nothing new but could cuts to government budgets lead to more of them taking action, asks Rebecca Cooney
Sir Stuart Etherington's review means trustees should consider reviewing their fundraising strategies straight away, our legal commentator concludes
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