18 Sep 2014
The Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust has been granted permission to appeal against the agreed system of compensation for victims of the presenter, despite not being obliged to pay any money out itself.
Greece has left the UK with a slippery legacy, says Ian Buss in his round up of the latest from the markets.
Income from grants and fees continues to prop up poor performance from most other income streams, reports Diane Sim.
So B&B operators cannot refuse gay couples a bed in their own home yet banks can assume muslim organisations might be laundering money for terrorists without any criminal act being proved. Its a strange world.
Civil society organisations must put themselves forward to help government create its Big Society vision, says Sir Stuart Etherington.
Charities that wish to change their objects must ensure they follow the correct procedures, say Simon Livesey and Tilly Clarke.
The implementation of the new regulatory structure for charities in Northern Ireland is facing severe delays, after a technical issue with the legislation emerged which may require it to go back through the Northern Ireland Assembly.