Telegraph publishes clarification to its news story about the True and Fair Foundation report
News

Telegraph publishes clarification to its news story about the True and Fair Foundation report

11 Feb 2016 | Gareth Jones

The Daily Telegraph has printed a clarification to its report accusing charities of spending too little on “good works”, and has made a number of changes to the online version of the story.

Share

Telegraph publishes clarification to its news story about the True and Fair Foundation report

« First | previous | Displaying 2433 to 2440 (of 2509) | next | last »

The ins and outs of Election 2010

Charities minister Angela Smith lost her seat in yesterday’s election after Labour’s share of the vote in her Basildon constituency fell by nearly 10 per cent, giving Conservative candidate Stephen Metcalfe the victory with 43.9 per cent.

Baroness Greenfield drops legal action against the Royal Institution

Baroness Greenfield and the Royal Institution have settled their dispute in an undisclosed out-of-court agreement.

Martyn Lewis set to be next chair of NCVO

Former broadcaster Martyn Lewis looks set to become the next chairman of NCVO after the umbrella body’s board of trustees chose him as their “preferred candidate” today.

Lessons from the Tate - investment committees

Heather Lamont sets out measures for creating good investment expertise on your board.

Can't help but think that this issue and many of the other bad news stories to have hit the sector over the last few months are rooted in poor governance.

» The story in the Times isn't nonsense, the sector needs to sit up and take notice

'The most fundamental change to financial reporting for years'

Tania Mason summarises the responses to the Accounting Standards Board’s consultation on the future of UK GAAP.

Catholic Care must pursue the activities that its donors intended

Catholic Care's trustees would be breaking the law if they did not spend donations on activities that advance the Catholic faith - even if those activities are discriminatory in civil law - says Hal Broadbent.

Gay people start out as children too

Society will make the final decision on Catholic Care discrimination, says Daniel Phelan.

Tory manifesto proposes Big Society tweaks,  but nothing new for charity sector

The Conservatives have emphasised ‘Big Society’ solutions to its recurring complaint about broken society in its manifesto, but offered little new strategies for the voluntary sector.

« First | previous | Displaying 2433 to 2440 (of 2509) | next | last »

Directory

Search the Directory

 

The Civil Society Directory is a comprehensive and effective resource for finding organisations and people in the sector.