Andy Ricketts

No new complaints report until 2020, says Fundraising Regulator

No new complaints report until 2020, says Fundraising Regulator

The watchdog is reviewing the content and purpose of the previously annual report so it can collect more useful data from major charities

Educational charity goes to tribunal to appeal freezing of its bank accounts

Educational charity goes to tribunal to appeal freezing of its bank accounts

The Charity Commission opened an inquiry into Jole Rider Friends because of concerns about possible unauthorised payments and persistently late accounts

Disability charities criticise Philip Hammond over productivity comments

Disability charities criticise Philip Hammond over productivity comments

In a select committee hearing, the Chancellor of the Exchequer made a link between the UK's low levels of productivity and increased numbers of disabled people in the workplace

Stephen Dunmore to step down from Fundraising Regulator in June

Stephen Dunmore to step down from Fundraising Regulator in June

The former head of the Big Lottery Fund was appointed interim chief executive of the regulator in December 2015

Movers: Suzanne Jacob appointed chief executive of SafeLives

Movers: Suzanne Jacob appointed chief executive of SafeLives

Plus: Breast Cancer Care gives fundraising role to Steve Lucas; and Jacob West to lead new BHF directorate

English Heritage plans to cut about 90 jobs

English Heritage plans to cut about 90 jobs

The organisation, which was spun out of the public sector in 2015 with £80m of government funds, says it is likely it will reduce its workforce by 4 per cent

'Significant progress' made by regulator but more to be done, says NAO

'Significant progress' made by regulator but more to be done, says NAO

A report on progress since the spending watchdog began a review of the regulator in 2013 says there has been great improvement, but the commission must do more to plan for an uncertain future

Corporate partnerships - Edinburgh farm business forms homelessness link

Corporate partnerships - Edinburgh farm business forms homelessness link

Craigie's hopes to provide employment and work experience opportunities for clients of the Bethany Christian Trust

Regulator begins statutory inquiry into Christian charity

Regulator begins statutory inquiry into Christian charity

The Charity Commission started looking into the affairs of Into the Light Ministries of Leighton Buzzard in 2011 because of concerns about potential conflicts of interest and non-primary-purpose trading

Regulator freezes accounts of educational charity

Regulator freezes accounts of educational charity

The Charity Commission has also opened a statutory inquiry into Grove Mountain after it was found that most of its income was being withdrawn in cash