13 Nov 2014
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.
Socrates Socratous and Linda Skilbeck report on the result of the first UK VAT case since the ECJ’s decision in VNLTO cast doubt on the Lennartz principle.
The Charity Commission has again ruled that Catholic Care (Diocese of Leeds) may not change its objects in order to exclude homosexual couples from accessing its adoption services.
The Charity Commission is lobbying the Treasury to allow it to spend £1.5m in reserves that the Commission has accumulated in recent years.
The Shaw Trust has had confirmation from the Department of Work and Pensions that the Work Choice programme will go ahead and that the contract awarded to it by the previous government would stand.
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.
In this second in a series of articles, Fiona Ellis and Richard Gutch outline the Funding Commission’s emerging recommendations on individual giving.
The Commission for the Compact is poised to launch a toolkit that will demonstrate to local authorities how much money they can save by using the Compact in their dealings with voluntary sector groups.
Government strategic partner v is "being treated differently" from other strategic partners who are facing a government review, Civil Society has learned.
Gareth Jones asks whether the suggestion of a £5m government grant for the Church Urban Fund is a portent of things to come.