Peter Vicary-Smith, chief executive of Which

Which? spent almost 7 per cent of its income on senior pay 1

31 Oct 2014 | Kirsty Weakley

Consumers charity Which? spent just under 7 per cent of its total income on senior staff salaries, with its chief executive earning up to £340,000, according to its recently published annual accounts.


Which? spent almost 7 per cent of its income on senior pay

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Francis Maude

Francis Maude, minister for the Cabinet Office, announced plans to "create a level playing field for civil society organisations" at a Downing Street summit yesterday.

Dinner service

Ian Allsop provides an overview of the CFDG annual dinner and assesses that diners enjoy what's on their plates despite talk of lavish cuts.

Navca warns new Compact may weaken campaigning

Navca has raised concerns about principles on campaigning  and prime contracters in the new draft Compact which was released for consultation last month.

Double dip

Download the full Charity Fund Management Survey 2010 which provides a comprehensive overview of the main fund managers serving charity clients, together with the year-on-year movement in their charity funds under management, the sizes of funds of their segregated charity clients, their charging structures and a good deal of analysis of their views on markets. It also details the main concerns of charity investors about unpredictable markets from which income is increasingly difficult to extract.

Tax avoidance may be legal, but it is still obnoxious. And the rest of us pay additional tax as a result. If I were asked whether the accountants and legal experts who set up these schemes are 'fit and proper persons', I know what my answer would be.

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IT new business wins October 2010: No phone unturned

Gareth Jones reveals the latest IT business wins and finds out why telecoms systems were on the button for their charity contractors.

The Stormont Parliament Buildings: Image courtesy of lyng883 on Flickr

The Department for Social Development in Northern Ireland has confirmed it is to amend the Charities Act (2008) due to problems with the drafting of the public benefit requirement.

Edinburgh University Settlement

Forty staff will be made redundant following the collapse of 105- year-old Scottish charity, the Edinburgh University Settlement.

Francis Maude

The Public Bodies Bill, devised to write into legislation new government powers to merge or scrap public bodies, has been published in Parliament.

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