Andy Ricketts

Court of Appeal set to consider care charities back-pay ruling

Court of Appeal set to consider care charities back-pay ruling

The umbrella body Care England has been granted the right to intervene in a case being brought by Mencap against an Employment Appeal Tribunal ruling it says could cost the sector £400m

Charity might reverse its decision to reject Presidents Club cash

Charity might reverse its decision to reject Presidents Club cash

In the wake of the sexism scandal that engulfed the Presidents Club, the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity said it would return £350,000 of donations

Regulator's former chief questions credentials of likely new chair

Regulator's former chief questions credentials of likely new chair

Andrew Hind writes to the chair of the committee that is due to rubber-stamp the appointment of Baroness Stowell to the Charity Commission, saying her fit with the person specification is poor

Shawcross accuses charities of making 'counter-productive' attacks on the regulator

Shawcross accuses charities of making 'counter-productive' attacks on the regulator

The soon-to-depart chair of the Charity Commission has drawn ire from the sector after telling The Sunday Times charities have tried to thwart the regulator from doing its job

Oxfam chief says people are 'gunning' for his charity

Oxfam chief says people are 'gunning' for his charity

In an interview with The Guardian, Mark Goldring says the charity should have spelled out why six Haiti staff left in 2011, but the reaction to the scandal has been out of proportion with the level of culpability

Tesco charity partnership raised £25m in three years

Tesco charity partnership raised £25m in three years

The retail giant had linked up with Diabetes UK and the British Heart Foundation, and recently announced a new partnership with those two charities and Cancer Research UK

Largest and smallest charities 'becoming more polarised', report finds

Largest and smallest charities 'becoming more polarised', report finds

The latest Charity Income Spotlight report says that while total sector income continues to grow, this has been concentrated in the hands of the biggest UK charities

Action for Children begins mentoring scheme for BAME staff

Action for Children begins mentoring scheme for BAME staff

Twelve members of staff will be matched with mentors from the corporate world in a scheme run in partnership with the Apollo Project

Movers: Steven Wibberley appointed chief at Cruse Bereavement Care

Movers: Steven Wibberley appointed chief at Cruse Bereavement Care

Plus: Michael Sobell Hospice Charity makes Judi Byrne chief executive; and Brett Terry joins NSPCC as director of people

Government readvertising for chair of body that runs National Citizen Service

Government readvertising for chair of body that runs National Citizen Service

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has been looking since July last year but has so far failed to identify the right candidate