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Trustees 'becoming more like inspectors', says Acevo chief
Trustees 'becoming more like inspectors', says Acevo chief
Vicky Browning tells the Association of Volunteer Managers' annual conference that trustees feeling under pressure are crossing the line between governance and the executive
 
1 Charities 'lose hundreds of thousands to fraud each month'
 
2 Extra funding for regulator 'should not come from charging charities', Treasury told
 
3 Many NGOs have a 'blame culture', fundraising consultant says
 
4 Electoral Commission chief 'saddened' by tone of joint letter on lobbying act
 
5 Breaking GDPR rules 'could put charities out of business', says data strategist
 
6 General Data Protection Regulation hotline to open from 1 November
 
7 Beware being used as 'vehicles for terrorism', regulator's reports warn
 
 

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Movers: Judi Rhys takes top role at the British Liver Trust Plus: Public Concern at Work promotes Francesca West to chief executive; and Dara de Burca moves to the Children's Society Movers: Judi Rhys takes top role at the British Liver Trust
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Mark Flannagan: Take what Camila says with a lorry load of salt The public must look beyond charismatic personalities such as Camila Batmanghelidjh to see that charities are still largely on the side of the angels, writes our columnist Mark Flannagan: Take what Camila says with a lorry load of salt
 
Sue Tibballs: Yes, it matters that the government is ignoring Hodgson Which is why Tracey Crouch's comments on the lobbying act have been very welcome, writes the chief executive of the Sheila McKechnie Foundation Sue Tibballs: Yes, it matters that the government is ignoring Hodgson
 
Joe Saxton: Sadly, we need politicians more than they need us So we need to work to make them say 'God bless charities, every one', writes our columnist Joe Saxton: Sadly, we need politicians more than they need us
 
Book Review
Kids - Child Protection in Britain: The Truth Third Sector columnist Craig Dearden-Phillips finds that this spirited defence of Kids Company by its founder Camila Batmanghelidjh is a better read than he imagined it would be Kids - Child Protection in Britain: The Truth
 
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