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Leticia Jennings advises charities in receipt of these gifts on how best to deal with them.
The government is seeking views on its proposals to change the regime for costs protection in environmental claims.
The government has published its proposed new Immigration Bill which had its first reading in the House of Commons on 17 September 2015.
Also: terrorists; green company gets marketing fine; and more.
Removal of tribunals’ power to make “wider recommendations” in discrimination claims, and more...
Also: the not-so-United Kingdom; challenging procurement decisions; and more...
Are your volunteers at risk of arrest and removal from the UK? A recent judgment serves as an important reminder for organisations that have volunteers.
Enforcement measures for non-compliance include high fines and a new HMRC team...
Wired to Govern guides charity trustees through all the key considerations of the digital age, with supporting case studies, checklists and template policies.
Also: crowdfunding; education in prison; and more...
Decision should only be of concern if your mobile workers work more than 48 hours per week.
Fundraising remains in the headlines, with the publication of a letter signed by 17 charity chief executives.
How to set up a practical framework, including strategy and board procedures...
Also: do regulators live up to the seven principles of public life?; and more.
Is there anything charities can do to improve their position after the troubling Court of Appeal decision?
For many organisations, particularly in the third sector, volunteers and interns are essential components of the workforce.
Changes will need careful preparation and PR handling by companies.
This happened despite Certificates of Sponsorship having been ‘rolled over’ from July 2015...
The government has published a further consultation relating to the recent wide ranging judicial review reforms.
The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has published its report today on its analysis on the salary thresholds under Tier 2.