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Back-pay issue threatens care sector 'as never before', says Mencap chair
Back-pay issue threatens care sector 'as never before', says Mencap chair
Derek Lewis says government, not charities, should foot the bill to give back-pay to overnight sleep-in support workers, warning families could also be faced with bills of up to £50,000.
 
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1 Charity behind London's Garden Bridge announces closure
 
2 Age UK Knaresborough & District "unfairly dismissed" employee, tribunal finds
 
3 Collapsed drugs charity Lifeline Project owes £1.6m to creditors
 
4 Danny Truell, chief investment officer at the Wellcome Trust, resigns
 
5 Families of two drowned volunteers take legal action against charity
 
6 Income at St Andrew's Healthcare tops £200m for first time
 
7 Weekend fire leaves Born Free Foundation temporarily homeless
 
8 Fines will be last resort under GDPR, says Information Commissioner
 
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Movers: Gail Scott-Spicer appointed at the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust Plus: Nick Moakes and Peter Pereira Gray in new roles at the Wellcome Trust; Lawrence Waterman appointed chair of the British Safety Council; and Martin Baggs and Peter Gerstrom join the board of Thames21 Movers: Gail Scott-Spicer appointed at the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust
 
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Tim Cockle: Failure to invest in IT will cost your charity dear There will always be fights over resources at charities, writes the head of digital strategy at Eduserv, but failing to invest properly in IT is among the biggest strategic mistakes a board can make Tim Cockle: Failure to invest in IT will cost your charity dear
 
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