Read this week's Third Sector

The latest figures on voluntary sector chief executives' salaries and a surprise development in Scottish charity regulation top the bill in this week's Third Sector magazine.

There's also an interview with Andy Atkins, recently appointed director of Friends of the Earth, and a commentary by Simon Hebditch arguing that charities should abandon 'slates' in elections to their trustee boards.

The eagerly-expected consultation document from the Big Lottery Fund is previewed, and John Knight writes in his column about a hair-raising trip in a fast lifeboat with the Second Sea Lord.

We have the latest news on the recession and the At Work section contains advice on how to survive it: Debra Allcock Tyler argues that staff are more important than ever when times get tough, and Clive Mollett says its a good moment to raise funds by resurrecting the raffle.

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