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Former trustees and chief executive of Kids Company could face disqualification proceedings
Former trustees and chief executive of Kids Company could face disqualification proceedings
Both Alan Yentob and Camila Batmanghelidjh could be prevented from holding roles as company directors if the proceedings go ahead, it has been reported
 
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1 Justifying chief executive pay just makes people angrier, says researcher
 
2 Louise Casey to leave the civil service and rejoin the third sector
 
3 Sir Stuart Etherington calls on the sector to be bold during the general election
 
4 Former PA to Mencap chief pleads not guilty to fraud
 
5 International development charities combine boards and management teams
 
6 Become more reliant on funds from the public, chair of Civil Society Futures tells sector
 
7 Newcastle ponders handing parks and allotments to charitable trust
 
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"The sector needs to think differently from the private sector, on pay as on other things, and to be particularly careful at the top end."

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