Campaign group CAGE withdraws its judicial review claim against the commission.
We welcome CAGE’s decision to withdraw their application for judicial review.
For the Charity Commission this case was always about defending our responsibility for protecting the public trust and confidence in charity. It was on that basis we sought assurances from trustees about the funding of CAGE.
It has always been clear that trustees have the right to exercise their discretion when acting exclusively in the best interests of their charity and within the objects and powers, subject to the appropriate supervision by the commission as the charity regulator.
We regret that this judicial process has dragged out, consuming charitable and public funds.
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Published: 21 October 2015
From: The Charity Commission