New Commission powers ‘threaten the independence of charities’, NCVO warns
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New Commission powers ‘threaten the independence of charities’, NCVO warns

23 Aug 2016 | Kirsty Weakley

Some of the Charity Commission’s new powers “threaten the independence of charities”, NCVO has said in its response to a Commission consultation on new powers to disqualify trustees.

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