Analysis of charities subject to a compliance case for 1 April 2015 to 30 June 2015.
Analysis of charities subject to an inquiry for 1 April 2015 to 30 June 2015.
The Charity Commission, the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales, has opened a statutory inquiry into Stanbridge Earls School Trust (registered charity number 307342). The charity is currently in administration. The charity’s objects include the advancement of education… Read more ›
The commission reviewed and upheld its decisions regarding the interim manager appointment.
The commission prepared a draft order to appoint interim trustees of the charity. The commission considered representations made about this action.
The Charity Commission has updated its guidance on ways that trustees of fee-charging educational charities, including charitable independent schools, can ensure they run their charities for the public benefit. The guidance has always made it clear that sharing facilities with… Read more ›
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… Read more ›
CAGE is not a charity and has never been a charity but it has been funded by charities. Given the public statements made by representatives of CAGE in February about Mohammed Emwazi / ‘Jihadi John’ and the public outrage and… Read more ›
A report of a commission case on Clevedon Pier and Heritage Trust Limited.
Charities and whistleblowing: key points Charity employees can report concerns about certain categories of serious wrongdoing at their charity to the Charity Commission. The commission asks that whistleblowing reports are made in writing via the dedicated whistleblowing email address. These… Read more ›