Best of the blogs: why charity workers hate Ed West; the Express 'in the gutter'; honesty required from fundraisers; Tony Blair's donation; and 100 days of the coalition

A round-up of charity-related debate online

Journalist Ed West wonders why charity workers hate him.

See The Daily Telegraph blog

 

Stephen Bubb accuses the Daily Express of "rolling in the gutter" for its "absurd attack" on the Charity Commission and its chair, Dame Suzi Leather.

See Bubb's Blog

 

New Philanthropy Capital's Jane Thomas urges fundraisers to be more honest.

See New Philanthropy Capital's Blog

 

Telegraph journalist Ian Cowie ponders Tony’s Blair’s decision to donate the advance and proceeds of his memoirs to the Royal British Legion.

See The Daily Telegraph blog

 

Adam Schoenborn considers the big society and the coalition government’s first 100 days.

See The Disraeli Room

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