John Plummer

Lambeth Council to pay damages to pro-life charity after eviction row

Lambeth Council to pay damages to pro-life charity after eviction row

Staff and volunteers from Life were evicted from the Lambeth Country Show last year, with the council claiming the charity had booked its place using 'inaccurate information'

JustGiving removes Interpal pages after protests from pro-Israeli group

JustGiving removes Interpal pages after protests from pro-Israeli group

UK Lawyers for Israel said JustGiving was breaking US and Australian anti-terror laws by hosting pages for the relief charity

Leadership development is no silver bullet for the sector, says academic

Leadership development is no silver bullet for the sector, says academic

James Rees of the Centre for Voluntary Sector Leadership, says leadership initiatives are fine, but there is no magical solution to the sector's ills

Third Sector Research Centre plans "more networked" future

Third Sector Research Centre plans "more networked" future

Funding for the centre from the Barrow Cadbury Trust and Birmingham University has recently expired

IoF seeks applicants for arts fundraising mentoring scheme

IoF seeks applicants for arts fundraising mentoring scheme

The initiative, funded by Arts Council England, will match early-career fundraisers with senior professionals

Regulator issues official warning to trustee of social housing charity

Regulator issues official warning to trustee of social housing charity

For what it describes as 'serious governance issues', the Charity Commission has used powers under the Charities Act 2016 against Marc Blanchette, a trustee of Expectations (UK)

Redwings Horse Sanctuary merges with another equine welfare charity

Redwings Horse Sanctuary merges with another equine welfare charity

Seven staff from the Society for the Welfare of Horses and Ponies have relocated to a Redwings site near Chepstow

The Big Hire: Mark Hodgkinson

The Big Hire: Mark Hodgkinson

Scope's new chief executive joined in January

Scope sold services for £23m, its new accounts reveal

Scope sold services for £23m, its new accounts reveal

As part of its Everyday Equality strategy, the charity sold its regulated and day services to Salutem Healthcare early last year

Regulator 'seriously concerned' about the standard of charity reporting

Regulator 'seriously concerned' about the standard of charity reporting

A snapshot survey of charity reports by the Charity Commission shows a decline in the proportion that meet the regulator's benchmark