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Two charity sector leaders have taken to Twitter to complain that the new Charity Commission board only includes one person from the sector, with Debra Allcock Tyler calling for responsibility of appointing the board to be removed from a government minister.
Groundwork Leicester and Leicestershire has gone into voluntary liquidation resulting in the redundancy of 26 employees.
The Arts Council England has today published its first analysis of the value of arts and culture to the national economy, finding that the sector has a turnover of £12.8bn.
The Bupa Foundation is to close as Bupa will no longer provide it funding to support medical research in the UK.
More window dressing...Until Mr Grayling takes a pragmatic enforcement role by protecting smaller charity sector organisations from being duffed up by larger ones, this code of conduct is pretty profoundly worthless.
The head of the civil service Sir Bob Kerslake met with charities last week to encourage a greater number of diversity of nominations from the voluntary and charitable sectors, particularly for volunteers.
Protest group Informal Anarchist Federation has claimed responsibility for smashing the window of a Barnardo’s charity shop in Brixton during a party to celebrate Margaret Thatcher’s death, saying it was in protest at the charity’s involvement in a detention centre for migrants.
Former HBOS chief Sir James Crosby has announced that he will stand down as trustee of Cancer Research UK, a position he has held since 2008.
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