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Delroy Corinaldi, former director of external affairs at StepChange Debt Charity, has joined Wonga as its public affairs chief.
John Briggs, a former president at a Marine Society & Sea Cadets branch, has been found guilty of indecently assaulting young boys, including Sea Cadet members.
The Muslim Research and Development Foundation has said the national press and far-right groups exploited its plans to have a private family fun day at Legoland an an excuse to “attack Islam and Muslims in the UK”.
Barnardo’s is still looking into allegations made in the press that its incoming chief executive Javed Khan was involved in an armed dispute in Pakistan, the charity said today.
One thing we really do need is leadership in the Charity Commission that is truly and transparently independent from the party in power.
Caroline Armitage, chief executive of the Royal Blind Society, is to step down next month, as the charity announces a formal association with the Royal London Society for Blind People.
Bernard Jenkin, chair of the Public Administration Select Committee, has said MP Margaret Hodge’s recent suggestion to scrap the Charity Commission is "bonkers".
Javed Khan is to return to his role as chief executive of Victim Support after the charity found no evidence to substantiate claims, made in the press, that he had been involved in an armed land dispute abroad.
Prime Minister David Cameron has written to Sir Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo, promising him that the controversial Lobbying Act will not affect the majority of charities and campaigning organisations.
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