The charity was formed to build and run the proposed Thames crossing, but announced last year that it would be winding up
But parts of the sector have criticised the Sunday Times article that reported on the issue, with one charity founder calling it 'hateful spin'
No jobs will be lost as a result of ending the accreditation process, says the organisation
Mims Davies tells a parliamentary reception that 'independence and freedom of speech are absolutely vital in this sector'
According to a report from the Institute of Fundraising, the vast majority believe agreements about where street fundraising can take place have been effective or very effective
The legacy manager at the lifeboat charity talks to Third Sector about learning from your peers and telling the right story
The charity's annual report says it received a large number of complaints from people about its initial decision to return money to the controversial fundraising organisation
In a report published yesterday, the Charity Commission says the charity failed to comply with its own monitoring procedures and had insufficient measures in place to monitor its spending
Responding to a report from a parliamentary committee, the government says it partially agrees with this recommendation and is looking at the next steps
An interim report on an investigation into Victoria Housing Estates says the charity also paid salaries totalling £3,000 a month to members of a trustee's family