18 Sep 2014
The sector’s code of good governance is no longer fit for purpose for large and complex charities and ought to be updated by its authors, according to CFG trustee and former Charity Commission policy chief Rosie Chapman.
In the sad case of Refugee and Migrant Justice, the government has been trying to take with one hand while refusing to give with the other, says Tania Mason.
A High Court judge yesterday refused to order the Legal Services Commission to pay £600,000 to ensure that clients formerly represented by Refugee and Migrant Justice can continue to be represented by the charity’s staff until their cases are transferred to other law firms.
Ian Allsop reports on a glamorous night out with the charity sector’s star performers at the Charity Awards 2010 dinner.
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.
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.
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