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Charity sector mourns the passing of Stephen Lloyd

22 Aug 2014 | Emily Corfe

Tributes have been pouring in today for charity lawyer Stephen Lloyd, who died in a boating accident in Wales on Wednesday.

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Jersey charity trials health scheme

A Jersey charity launched a free and subsidised healthcare programme yesterday for people on low incomes.

Former charity boss denies wrongdoing

A former charity boss accused of fraud said he paid back more than £100,000, and denies any wrongdoing, a court heard on Wednesday.

Britain's Personal Best was one of SNF's failed projects

Society Network Foundation, the charitable parent of Big Society Network, has applied to Companies House to be struck off the register of UK companies.

ShelterBox founder charged with fraud

The founder and former chief executive of aid charity ShelterBox has been charged with three counts of fraud.

One thing we really do need is leadership in the Charity Commission that is truly and transparently independent from the party in power.

» Charity Commission needs new leadership, says Public Accounts Committee

First major study of charity mergers is published

Some 4 per cent of people working in the charity sector were involved in a merger last year, suggests a comprehensive new study of mergers in the sector.





Charity Defense March

Dan Pallotta, the US fundraiser and charity sector activist, is organising a three-day march in the States next June to raise awareness of the non-profit sector and funds to promote and defend its work.


Etherington attacks ‘theatrical claims’ on Lobbying Act regulations

Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of NCVO, has attacked recent criticism of the Electoral Commission's guidance on the Lobbying Act, including comments by Acevo’s chief executive Sir Stephen Bubb.

Charity Commission

Tory MPs have attacked a “revolving door between charities and the Labour Party” which they say is warping the independence of the sector.

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