13 Nov 2014
There needs to be a rebalancing of the relationship between the voluntary sector and government, shadow minister for civil society Lisa Nandy said today.
The Charity Commission must continue to resist Catholic Care's efforts to circumvent the law, says Daniel Phelan
The Statement of Fitness for Work, or 'fit note', is a new medical statement that GPs will issue from 6 April 2010. It replaces the old 'sick note' and aims to focus on what an employee may be able to do at work rather than what they cannot do.
Departing Labour MP James Purnell is to join the board of Acevo from January 2011, in return for “a nominal sum”.
Sometimes a charity changes its auditor after a number of years of service for reasons of good governance not because of dissatisfaction with the service. It offers a fresh pair of eyes on the audit process and for some, can pay dividends.
With comments like those, maybe he should resign.
The Bank of England continues to base its monetary policy decisions against a backdrop of rising inflation and a fledgling recovery in the UK economy. Although we have seen an acceleration of inflation in the first part of the year underlying price rises relate largely to non-recurring items, primarily the increase in VAT and uplift in energy prices.
Despite a tidal wave of web-based projects, accounts stay ﬁrmly grounded, says John Tate.
Defra has set up a £1m green fund for charities helping residents of the United Kingdom to live more sustainably.