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Not enough has been done to improve the Commission’s governance

27 May 2016 | Kirsty Weakley

Kirsty Weakley considers the implications of yesterday’s Charity Commission board announcement.

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Pauline Broomhead

Charities with income of less than £25,000 a year reap multiple benefits from registering with the Charity Commission, says Pauline Broomhead.

Lord Hodgson

Yesterday, the government published its response to the Hodgson review of the Charities Act and the Public Administration Select Committee's post-legislative scrutiny report.  Read on for Vibeka Mair's two-minute summary of key changes.

I agree with William Shawcross: Charity pay should be ‘proportionate’

William Shawcross is right. Charity executive pay should be proportionate and fair. In fact, it already is. Celina Ribeiro argues that the scandal is that this 'scandal' will deter good leaders from the charity sector.

Ben Kernighan, former deputy CEO at NCVO, delivers his leaving speech. Image courtesy of Tesse Akpeki.

The sector's great and good were out in force last night for NCVO deputy chief Ben Kernighan's leaving drinks. As was the feelgood factor, says Tania Mason.

Has the taxpayer gained? I don't think so - the small savings to the Treasury (after the redundancy costs) are far outweighed by the damaging consequences of an under-resourced charity regulator.

» The cuts don't work

eHarmony – how online dating holds lessons for board recruitment

When it comes to recruiting the best people to your charity's board of trustees, what tips could you take from online dating sites? Tesse Akpeki elaborates.

Challenge to Change's entry on the Register of Charities

The Charity Commission should not be allowing charities to become CIOs if their reporting is not up-to-date, says Tania Mason.



"But that's why we have a CEO ...."!

Tim Rutherford looks at lessons trustees can learn from the fraudulent activity at Astonbrook Housing Association.

It's no wonder young trustees are hard to come by

Ian Joseph says charities need to reassess their board processes to recruit young talent.

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