7 Oct 2014
Conservatives working in the voluntary sector are reluctant to admit to party membership because they believe they will face discrimination, Conservative MP Penny Mordaunt said yesterday at her party's conference.
Civil society is a fascinating place, not just here in the UK but abroad too. Here’s our pick of what’s been going on over the last week…
The new Health Lottery is facing investigations into both its advertising and general structure, after the Culture Secretary voiced concerns about whether it might erode other charitable income.
Charity Awards winner Community Service Volunteers is launching the European Year of Volunteering in London today.
Music charity Rhythmix has said the X Factor has left it with ‘considerable’ legal bills, following a battle with the programme over an X Factor band who tried to trademark the charity’s name.
"Stick to their knitting". Who on earth do you think you are Mr Newmark. You've probably just plummeted the Conservative Party so far down the polls they'll never recover.
Charities are playing lobbying “power games” and need to listen more to their beneficiaries, according to Liberal Democrat peer Shirley Williams.
Charities’ finance and investment committees should examine the impact that the current record-high inflation has on their income and costs, and consider adjusting their investment strategies to compensate, an investment expert has advised.
Charity Commission chief executive Sam Younger says the regulator won't compel any charity to become a member of
anything, but it will promote various umbrella bodies on its website.
Former Communities Secretary Hazel Blears MP has called for a legal definition for social enterprises, while minister for civil society Nick Hurd has conceded that such a definition may be required.
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