The sight-loss charity has been providing advice to Amazon about Alexa on an ad hoc basis
A memo leaked to The Times says core costs will have to be reduced to meet expected deficits over the next two years
Karl Wilding tells an event on the future of work that charities no longer have a monopoly on doing good
Joanne Prowse of the Phone-paid Services Authority and Imran Gulamhuseinwala of Open Banking have replaced Catherine Quinn and Laurie Benson, who left in November
The Guardian reported that a poster for the Prevent anti-terrorism programme included groups such as Greenpeace, Extinction Rebellion and Peta
The Charity Commission is examining whether the organisation's activities are 'exclusively charitable and for the public benefit'
The protest movement says it wonders if the move is a 'deliberate attempt to silence a legitimate cause'
The two former trustees for Jole Rider Friends have been banned for 12 years each following the Charity Commission's inquiry
The gift from Motability Operations means the charity's income rose to £428.7m from £72.1m in the previous 12 months
The voluntary sector umbrella body says that bringing charities that deliver public sector services under its auspices would be a 'disproportionate burden' on those organisations
The charity reported a total income of £127.8m, down from £146.5m in the previous 12 months