British Red Cross affected by cyber attack on global partner that compromised data on more than 500,000 people
The BRC has suspended its family tracing work after the International Committee of the Red Cross was hit by the attack
Charles Darley leaves the role just three months into a year-long contract saying chair Linda Upson keeping so many animals in her three-bedroom home is a 'cat welfare disaster'
Research by the Charities Aid Foundation finds that almost a quarter of eligible donors did not claim Gift Aid on charitable donations in the previous year
A coalition of civil society organisations says the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill risks 'destroying people’s right to protest'
Steven Cravotta says he was shocked to discover an app he created five years ago had been downloaded more than 200,000 times in a week
The group warns measures in the policing bill will put civil liberties at risk
The titles are expected to be passed to other members of the royal family
The grant-maker recorded its best investment returns for 25 years and plans to increase charitable spending to £16bn over the next decade
Tim Arthur will succeed Luke Rittner, who is retiring after 23 years in the role
Shawcross is a former chair of the regulator, but is to be questioned by the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media & Sport Committee in his role as the Commissioner for Public Appointments
Ian Karet's term as temporary custodian has been extended until the end of June
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The two events have been held in alternate years but Sport Relief will become an all-year-round campaign