Charity sector criticises draft guidance on warnings power
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Charity sector criticises draft guidance on warnings power

23 Sep 2016 | Governance | Kirsty Weakley

Charity representative bodies have told the Charity Commission that they have serious concerns about its draft guidance for the use of its power to issue official warnings.

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