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Society Diary: Another King, another carpark

1 Jul 2016

Our weekly round-up of interesting and outlandish information, collected from the corners of the charity sector.

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Society Diary: Catholics, condoms and controversial bus ads

Welcome to our weekly round-up of outlandish and inane information collected from the corners of the charity sector.

William Shawcross has got it wrong - it's not charity that's the problem

William Shawcross thinks charities which get public money should be highlighted on the Commission register. David Ainsworth wonders why Shawcross is singling out one part of the sector.

The Charity Commission's identity crisis

Sector umbrellas have complained about the Commission’s intervention into the lobbying bill, saying it illustrates a lack of support for charities. Leon Ward wonders if the sector is having an identity crisis on behalf of the Charity Commission.

Alex Massey, senior policy officer, Acevo

Last week, the Charity Commission’s surprise intervention on the lobbying bill caused much disconcertion within the charity sector. Alex Massey, senior policy officer at Acevo, explains why.

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

 A new year, a new start, a new board?

New Years resolutions are a bit like trustee board decisions; made in earnest, but often not actioned. Tesse Akpeki looks at how trustee boards can stick to their resolutions in 2014.

Civil Society Christmas daily doppelganger

Check here each day for a new Civil Society sector celebrity lookalike, and feel free to suggest your own in the comment box below.

William Shawcross, chair of the Charity Commission. Image by Fergus Burnett.

The Charity Commission chair's unsupportive approach to the sector poses a very real threat to public trust and confidence, says Tania Mason.

Pauline Broomhead

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

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