5 Jul 2016
Charities were hugely in favour of remaining in the European Union, and will face mostly negative results because of the decision to leave, says David Ainsworth.
Sector representatives have today sought reassurances from government about the likely impact on UK charities of leaving the European Union.
The Charity Commission said it is “assessing concerns” about a UK subsidiary of an Irish charity that is currently being investigated by the Irish police.
There needs to be a complete rethink on board selection, responsibility and business knowledge - after all, a charity is still a business.
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The president of a charity that operates in the Middle East has been suspended over comments he made about the charity and its funding of “former slave girls taken by ISIS”.
The Fundraising Regulator has received its first complaint from a member of the public, despite the fact that it has still yet to officially launch.
Friends of the Earth's chief executive has condemned a tribunal decision instructing it to pay a tax bill of over £1m - a ninth of its annual income - as “shocking”.