25 May 2016
The Charity Commission has opened a consultation to gauge the sector’s opinions on its new power to disqualify trustees.
The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland has released guidance on the EU referendum which is more similar to that of OSCR, the Scottish charity regulator, than that of the Commission in England and Wales.
The League Against Cruel Sports has denied front-page allegations in The Times today that it squandered a £3.5m legacy, describing the article as a “mishmash of exaggerations, half-truths and malicious nonsense”.
RSPCA, the Thai Children’s Trust, RNIB and more announce their latest appointments.
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The Charity Commission removed a charity from the register and reported it to the police after uncovering fraudulent payment to trustees.
Bowel Cancer UK has unveiled its new branding, including a website and a logo that the charity will be rolling out in the coming months.
The RSPCA has announced the appointment of a full-time chief executive, over two years after Gavin Grant left the organisation.
The Charity Commission has softened its guidance for trustees on the EU referendum after sector bodies expressed concern over the tone of the guidance and questioned whether it misrepresents the law.
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