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The Cabinet Office and the Ministry of Justice plan to develop a tool which will help charities and social enterprises assess the financial viability of sub-contract offers to deliver probation services.
The Information Tribunal has ruled that the Department for Work and Pensions must publish the names of the businesses and charities which are involved in its unpaid work experience schemes.
More window dressing...Until Mr Grayling takes a pragmatic enforcement role by protecting smaller charity sector organisations from being duffed up by larger ones, this code of conduct is pretty profoundly worthless.
One of the biggest trade retailers in the UK, Screwfix, has set up a charity that will provide grants for charities to fix, maintain and improve their properties.
St Andrew’s Healthcare, one of the largest charities in the UK, has been told by commissioners that calling itself a social enterprise will help it win contracts.
Arts Council England is to wind up its subsidiary ArtCo Trading and transfer its services into a new community interest company, so it can bid for Big Lottery Fund money.