John Plummer

Corporate partnerships 'barely affected' by sexual scandals in the aid sector

Corporate partnerships 'barely affected' by sexual scandals in the aid sector

According to this year's C&E Corporate-NGO Partnerships Barometer, some respondents said the scandals had actually strengthened partnerships by forcing charities to improve their governance

Citizens Advice employee unfairly dismissed, tribunal rules

Citizens Advice employee unfairly dismissed, tribunal rules

The tribunal ruled that the Citizens Advice Staffordshire South West employee of 10 years was unfairly dismissed, but rejected claims of age and disability discrimination

Regulator opens fresh inquiries into five 'double defaulters'

Regulator opens fresh inquiries into five 'double defaulters'

The Charity Commission has announced the news after running an investigation into 80 charities that filed to submit accounts at least twice in the past five years

Scope for more place-based giving schemes, says report

Scope for more place-based giving schemes, says report

A study commissioned by the Office for Civil Society reports that government spending cuts and strong attachment to places have made some people keen to work together on local projects

Disability charity reports service users' action group to the police

Disability charity reports service users' action group to the police

Ripon Community Link has also contacted the Information Commissioner's Office about the action group, which was set up after the charity abruptly reduced its services

Regulator issues alert over internal cyber crime and fraud risk

Regulator issues alert over internal cyber crime and fraud risk

The Charity Commission's warning that charities place too much trust in individuals comes after a National Fraud Intelligence Bureau alert

National Citizen Service unveils plans to work directly with local partners

National Citizen Service unveils plans to work directly with local partners

The government-backed youth scheme, which has faced calls to reduce its costs, says the changes will allow it to work with more small organisations as part of 'NCS 2.0'

Amnesty bookshop manager takes equal pay claim to tribunal

Amnesty bookshop manager takes equal pay claim to tribunal

The manager of Amnesty International UK's Edinburgh bookshop plans to take the charity to employment tribunal after its internal process did not uphold her pay discrimination complaint

Legacy income growth slows in early 2018

Legacy income growth slows in early 2018

Strong growth in the past year masked a downward trend in the first six months of 2018, according to legacy foresight

Regulator looks into disability care charity's finances

Regulator looks into disability care charity's finances

The Charity Commission has opened a compliance case on Ripon Community Link over its sudden withdrawal of services