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Third Sector Governance 16th December 2017
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Camila Batmanghelidjh facing a 'modern-day witch trial', her lawyer says
Camila Batmanghelidjh facing a 'modern-day witch trial', her lawyer says
Disqualification proceedings are being brought against the founder of Kids Company and the charity's former trustees
 
1 Regulator tells Oxfam to conduct review after sexual abuse claims
 
2 Scottish regulator investigates architects body
 
3 Charity Commission chair's tax expert daughter appointed to NCVO commission
 
4 Regulator investigates disability charity after complaints that beneficiaries cannot access funds
 
5 Government redrafts Tampon Tax Fund guidance after 'gagging clause' error
 
6 Appointment of next Charity Commission chair delayed until new year
 
7 Scope to sell all its care homes to private provider
 
8 Educational charity goes to tribunal to appeal freezing of its bank accounts
 
9 Prince Charles lobbied Scottish first minister on behalf of Teach First, documents reveal
 
10 Margaret Hodge 'breached MPs' code of conduct in Garden Bridge review'
 
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Stephen Cook: Sir Stuart Etherington pushes the boundaries The chief executive of the NCVO makes a sound case for radical sector reform, says Third Sector's contributing editor Stephen Cook: Sir Stuart Etherington pushes the boundaries
 
Stella Smith: Tips for Tracey Crouch on her sector strategy Our columnist sees an opportunity for the sector in the new minister's commitment Stella Smith: Tips for Tracey Crouch on her sector strategy
 
Joe Saxton: How should we measure success of charity chiefs? It's all about profit in the private sector but the voluntary sector still hasn't worked it out, argues our columnist Joe Saxton: How should we measure success of charity chiefs?
 
Kevin Curley: There's optimism as I bid you farewell In his last column for Third Sector, the charity adviser looks back on those local leaders who have impressed him most down the years Kevin Curley: There's optimism as I bid you farewell
 

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