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No evidence of criminality at Tower Hamlets, say police

17 Apr 2014 | Alice Sharman

The Metropolitan Police has said that there is “no credible evidence of criminality” following an investigation into allegations that the London Borough of Tower Hamlets gave out charity grants to gain electoral success.

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Sector 'extraordinarily disconnected' from public, CFG chair says

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Hannah Terrey, head of policy and campaigns at the Charities Aid Foundation

The government has rejected calls to introduce a central database of gift aid declarations, which many in the sector say would simplify the system and increase take-up of the tax-free giving scheme.

Stephen Hammersley, CEO UK Community Foundations

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'Negative spotlight' on charities is damaging fundraising, new report finds

A fifth of charity professionals say increasing media scrutiny of the sector is having a negative impact on their fundraising, according to the latest Managing in a Downturn survey published today.

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