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The Charity Commission, the registrar and regulator of charities in England and Wales, is to consult on revised guidance on responsible investments.
The Charity Commission has opened a statutory inquiry into Action Hunger over serious financial and governance concerns.
The Charity Commission has found the former trustees of a London church responsible for serious financial and management failings.
The Charity Commission has secured significant changes to the way the RSPCA is led and governed, following intensive regulatory scrutiny over a number of years.
A Charity Commission inquiry, published today, is highly critical of a pair who raised money for Rohingya refugees
The Commission has concluded that the initial trustees and former manager of a Birmingham rehabilitation charity failed to comply with their legal duties
Action Fraud, the Charity Commission and the Fundraising Regulator are warning the public to remain vigilant when making charitable donations this Christmas.
Inquiry found former trustees failed to recognise seriousness of allegations against spiritual leader
Inquiry into Combined Funds Limited leads to improved governance
The Charity Commission has disqualified the founder of Kenya Community Support Network
Charity breached operating conditions imposed by Department for Education
CC News provides essential regulatory information for charity trustees and their advisers.
The Charity Commission has launched a new set of simple, easy to understand guides to help trustees
Inquiry finds CAWRM trustees failed in their legal duties
The Charity Commission is warning trustees and donors to strengthen defences as it fears the pandemic has created environments that are enabling charity fraud.
Get involved in our campaign between 19 and 23 October to help keep your charity safe from fraud.
The Charity Commission has issued an Official Warning to the trustees of Helping Our Future.
In a report published today, the Charity Commission is highly critical of the charity Revelation Foundation.
In the wake of COVID-19, Baroness Stowell outlines how the legal profession can support charities to build a stronger sector for the future and become more resilient.
Baroness Stowell highlights the lessons from COVID-19 and why they are critical to maintaining public support and building a stronger charity sector of the future.
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