Breast Cancer Now loses a quarter of its staff after merger
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Breast Cancer Now loses a quarter of its staff after merger

30 Jun 2015 | Hugh Radojev
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Breast Cancer Now has reduced staff numbers by a quarter since the merger, through a mix of redundancy and "natural turnover", in a bid not to duplicate job roles.

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Commission attitude to campaigning ‘sullies UK reputation’ round the world, says former board member

The Charity Commission and the Conservative government have “sullied the UK’s reputation for exemplary regulation of civil society” by limiting charities’ right to campaign, a former Commission board member has said.

Commission increases investigations by 60 per cent

The Charity Commission saw a 60 per cent year-on-year increase in the number of statutory inquiries it opened, according to its annual report and accounts for the year to March 2015, published yesterday.

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The Charity Commission will consult on charging charities to pay for regulation, it said in a strategic plan published yesterday.

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Trustees must do more to give the public confidence in charities, and must make sure charitable donations do not fund "very large" salaries, the minister for civil society said last week.

Three days paid volunteering leave for employees to go ahead, says minister for civil society

The government will go ahead with proposals for employees to receive three days of volunteering leave, the minister for civil society said yesterday in his first keynote speech of the new Parliament.

Two out of three people say charity rebrands and London offices are ‘waste of money’

Two thirds of people believe that charities spending money on rebrands and on offices in London are wasting donations, according to research from nfpSynergy.

Public supports charging charities for regulation, Commission research finds

More than two thirds of charities oppose charging the sector for regulation, but three quarters of the public support it, according to a report published today by the Charity Commission.

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