Stephen Delahunty

Could charities change the face of Community Payback?

Stephen Delahunty asks the experts whether charities could improve the £90m government scheme

British Council unfairly dismissed Italy chief after 'hazy' sexual assault claim, tribunal finds

The tribunal judge says he could see 'no rational basis' on which the charity could find there had been a sexual assault

Commission to be asked if it holds regulatory information on candidates for chair position, DCMS chief indicates

Sarah Healey made the comments before MPs on the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee

MPs accuse William Shawcross of prejudicing his own inquiry into Charity Commission chair debacle

Shawcross, who as the Commissioner for Public Appointments will be examining the recruitment of Martin Thomas, told MPs the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport was 'not to blame'

National Theatre lost almost a quarter of staff due to Covid-19-enforced closure last year

The charity's income fell by almost half year on year, its latest accounts show

Scope closed almost 10 per cent of stores last year under plans to refresh its retail portfolio

The charity's latest accounts show it shut 17 of its more than 200 premises but it plans to invest in new store openings, relocations and refurbishments

Charity told to pay £50,000 to employee dismissed after 'one-sided investigation'

Rape Crisis Scotland says the tribunal judgment is full of factual errors and it disagrees with the outcome, but it will reflect on the findings

Marie Curie reports record income for the second consecutive year

Furlough and grants relating to hospices and nursing services boosted the charity's income to more than £170m

Oxfam GB's trading income down by more than £50m last year as pandemic bit

The charity's income fell by £32m compared with the previous 12 months and was down £90m on the record high of two years ago

Charities missed out on £2bn in donations as the rich cut back giving despite soaring incomes

The findings from the Law Family Commission on Civil Society show average income among the UK's top earners was up 10 per cent between 2011/12 and 2018/19 but donations fell by 21 per cent