13 Nov 2014
The Royal Air Force Charitable Trust received an unwelcome imitation when Green Party candidate Kevin Lister cloned its Air Tattoo website in an attempt to deter visitors to the show.
The Shaw Trust is still waiting for confirmation from the coalition government that it will honour the 16 Work Choice contracts awarded to it by the Department of Work and Pensions just before the election.
With comments like those, maybe he should resign.
HMRC has admitted that it got its initial guidance on the Fit and Proper Persons Test wrong, but concerns remain despite the release of an amended document last week.
Greenwich Council has warned that its voluntary sector grant budget could be slashed by 50 per cent or more from next year.
The Charities Security Forum has proceeded with plans for a mentoring scheme to enhance knowledge and practice across the non-profit sector, particularly at the smaller end.
Facebook has bowed to pressure from campaigners and included the option for a ‘panic button’ on UK users’ homepages, allowing them to report inappropriate behaviour to the child protection watchdog CEOP.