Liam Kay

WWF-UK accounts show a 10 per cent rise in income

WWF-UK accounts show a 10 per cent rise in income

The increase from £60.08m to £67.6m is accounted for by new corporate sponsorships and a large legacy

New initiative will guide charities through EU funding changes as Brexit approaches

New initiative will guide charities through EU funding changes as Brexit approaches

Civil Society Involvement will try to influence the creation of the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, which will replace the European Structural and Investment Funds programme in the UK

The dos and don'ts of merging

The dos and don'ts of merging

Mergers are an increasingly tempting option for charities, but they can be tricky to get right. Liam Kay finds out how to avoid the pitfalls when bringing organisations together

Four in five small charities expect income to rise or remain stable, survey finds

Four in five small charities expect income to rise or remain stable, survey finds

The survey from the Garfield Weston Foundation says this was a big increase on the previous year's study

Housing providers for older people announce merger

Housing providers for older people announce merger

Anchor Hanover, created from Hanover Housing Association and Anchor Trust, will be England's largest care provider

Charities urged to speak out by Cabinet Office, regardless of gagging clauses

Charities urged to speak out by Cabinet Office, regardless of gagging clauses

New guidance from the department says charities that fear a programme is unlikely to succeed should be able to voice their concerns without consequences

Society lottery good-cause income up by £40m last year

Society lottery good-cause income up by £40m last year

The latest figures from the Gambling Commission show they raised £296m for good causes last year

Regulator is writing to charities that have not reported serious incidents, says chief executive

Regulator is writing to charities that have not reported serious incidents, says chief executive

Helen Stephenson says the Charity Commission would expect to receive reports particularly from charities that work in complex areas

'Extraordinary' that regulator cannot deregister repeat offenders, says peer

'Extraordinary' that regulator cannot deregister repeat offenders, says peer

Lord Hodgson made the comment at a meeting of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Charities and Volunteering

Charging remains 'on the table', says commission chair

Charging remains 'on the table', says commission chair

The chair of the Charity Commission tells MPs that sector charging remains 'very much on the table'