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Society Diary: Brian Blessed to provide the voice of a toilet at Glastonbury

24 Jun 2016

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Charities cannot let complaints from politicians keep them quiet

The recent Charity Commission investigation into the Family and Childcare Trust is an example of how complaints can be used as a tool to muzzle charities. Campaigners must make sure it doesn't work says David Ainsworth.

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Just like in the UK, Irish charities have faced a spate of bad press focusing on pay. Tobin Aldrich bemoans a wall of silence from the sector, arguing that transparency is essential to maintain public trust.

Society Diary: A fight over sight and a scrap over cats

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Charities need to lobby the Electoral Commission on the new Lobbying Act

After a bruising battle, new rules on non-party campaigning have come into force.  Lawyer Simon Steeden says the sector now needs to turn its attention to the next front: ensuring that the Electoral Commission’s guidance is fit for purpose.

Name and shame charities under inquiry on the Register of Charities

All late-filing charities are clearly highlighted with a bright red border around their entry on the Charity Commission’s website. Kirsty Weakley asks why charities under a Commission investigation don't face the same treatment.

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