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The rules determining whether an organisation should be granted charitable status are flawed, according to the Public Administration Select Commitee. The influential group of MPs said the public benefit test used to determine applications should be revised, and said Parliament should set the relevant criteria rather than re...
Public Administration Select Committee press release The charitable sector is at the heart of UK society, involving millions of people and £9.3 billion received i...
Public Accounts Committee press release The Rt Hon Margaret Hodge MP, Chair of the Committee of Public Accounts, today said: "My Committee does not believe the C...
Treasury press release Claiming Gift Aid repayments will be quicker and easier for charities and sports clubs from now on, Sajid Javid, Economic Secretary to the ...
Unite: Turning Point staff resort to food banks Hardline policies by the Turning Point charity, headed by Lord Victor Adebowale, have forced some staff members to ...
Andy Burnham said cuts to local authority budgets were a "false economy". “I spent some time shadowing a Leigh nurse last week in an NHS hospital, I saw for mysel...
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