Round-up: Lords Select Committee report on charities

Peers have made 42 recommendations into the future of the voluntary sector, including calls for improved support for trustees and the use of more grant funding

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House of Lords

The House of Lords Select Committee on Charities has published a wide-ranging report into the future of the voluntary sector. It includes recommendations about the charging of charities for regulation, improving support for trustees and increasing the use of grant funding.  

To read Third Sector's comprehensive round-up of the report, click here.

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