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Transforming Rehabilitation programme failed to make the most of charities

23 Sep 2016 | Alice Sharman

The Transforming Rehabilitation programme did not realise the full potential of the third sector and squeezed out smaller charities, a Public Accounts Committee report has said.

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Veterans charity 'disappointed' with Sunday Times article on Libor grants

A charity that received Libor funding and was described as using “voodoo” therapies in yesterday’s Sunday Times has defended its work.

Home Office Credit: Canley

The Home Office has today launched a programme of support for charities and other organisations who are working to challenge extremism in their communities.

Small Charitable Donations Bill does not go far enough, say charities

Charity representative bodies have said they will be pushing the government to strengthen a bill to amend the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme, which was introduced in the House of Commons earlier this week.

John O'Brien

Community accounting services have “died a death in London”, after failing to develop social enterprise models, according to the chief executive of Community Accounting Plus.

A giant of the charity sector, but an even greater friend. I am truly devastated that Dave is no longer with us.

» Former Citizens Advice chief David Harker dies

 Charity incorporation process to change in Scotland despite ‘serious concerns’ from charities

Charities seeking incorporated status in Scotland will have to change their name and apply for charitable status again, under a new process announced by OSCR, the Scottish charity regulator.

Royal Life Saving Society to relocate headquarters to Worcester in 2017

The Royal Life Saving Society UK has announced that it will move its headquarters to Worcester next year, in order to grow and raise its profile.

Christopher Metcalfe

Christopher Metcalfe gives a revised investment outlook following this summer’s turbulence. 

Borrowing: A golden opportunity

Increasing numbers of charities are opting to borrow to boost returns, say Nandu Patel and Francis Burkitt.

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