Paula Sussex to be the next Charity Commission chief executive
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Paula Sussex to be the next Charity Commission chief executive

17 Apr 2014 | Governance | Vibeka Mair

Paula Sussex, senior vice president, public sector of CGI, has been appointed the new chief executive of the Charity Commission.

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Heads above water - the interviews

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Navca launches commission on the future of local infrastructure

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Jimmy Savile. Credit: Liftarn/Jmb

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Shadow justice minister Andy Slaughter

Amendments to the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill aimed at protecting charities from increased costs in judicial review cases did not gain traction in the House of Commons yesterday.

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