Liam Kay

Planned reforms to Scottish charity law 'are a missed opportunity'

Planned reforms to Scottish charity law 'are a missed opportunity'

Responding to a Scottish government consultation, the auditing firm RSM says a broader view is needed to reflect how modern charities operate

Total income among best-known charities rose by £300m last year, analysis shows

Total income among best-known charities rose by £300m last year, analysis shows

The British Red Cross reported the largest individual year-on-year increase in income

Sector bodies join forces to help smaller charities bid for public services

Sector bodies join forces to help smaller charities bid for public services

The NCVO, Acevo and the Lloyds Bank Foundation have established Rebalancing the Relationship to adjust the relationship between large and small charities in bidding for public services contracts

Third Sector and Henley Business School offer coaching scholarship

Third Sector and Henley Business School offer coaching scholarship

People at organisations with revenues of less than £3m can apply, with the chance to win a scholarship for the school's professional certificate in coaching

Oonagh Aitken to leave Volunteering Matters at the end of June

Oonagh Aitken to leave Volunteering Matters at the end of June

She has been chief executive of the charity for five years

British Horse Society chief executive to retire after media criticism

British Horse Society chief executive to retire after media criticism

Lynn Peterson, a former chair of the charity, has overseen a 43 per cent increase in the charity's membership over the past six years

Voluntary sector needs a revolution to be fit for the 21st century, governance expert warns

Voluntary sector needs a revolution to be fit for the 21st century, governance expert warns

The world has changed since the post-colonial era in which many of the major charities were founded, says the consultant Esuantsiwa Jane Goldsmith

NPC to be less 'aloof' and foster closer relationship with charities, its chair says

NPC to be less 'aloof' and foster closer relationship with charities, its chair says

Vaughan Lindsay, who became chair of the think tank last year, tells Third Sector about its new strategy

Government promises more small charity involvement in commissioning

Government promises more small charity involvement in commissioning

Cabinet Office minister Oliver Dowden tells a Social Enterprise UK summit that the government wants services to pay far more attention to social impact when putting contracts out to tender

CCNI set to remove charities from its register for the first time

CCNI set to remove charities from its register for the first time

The regulator says that five organisations have failed to file accounts for two years or more and cannot be contacted