Liam Kay

Restructure of RNIB Solutions leads to 23 redundancies

Restructure of RNIB Solutions leads to 23 redundancies

The division, set up in 2013 to generate income, made a loss in four of the past five years

Beware being used as 'vehicles for terrorism', regulator's reports warn

Beware being used as 'vehicles for terrorism', regulator's reports warn

The Charity Commission has published papers on two people convicted of using humanitarian aid convoys to fund terrorism in Syria

Take action to combat fraud, regulator warns charities

Take action to combat fraud, regulator warns charities

After a spate of phishing attacks on charities, the Charity Commission has issued a regulatory alert on the issue

Report urges creation of £2bn fund to attract investment to poorer communities

Report urges creation of £2bn fund to attract investment to poorer communities

The UK National Advisory Board for Impact Investing says a catalyst fund could jump-start investment in areas with poor investment levels

Ministers agree cost of National Citizen Service must be cut

Ministers agree cost of National Citizen Service must be cut

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport has published a response to a Public Accounts Committee report on the programme

Regulator finds 'concerning lack of safeguarding practices' at new military charities

Regulator finds 'concerning lack of safeguarding practices' at new military charities

From a random sample of 21 such organisations registered since 2007, the Charity Commission also found problems with fundraising and financial controls

Baroness Pitkeathley is preferred candidate for presidency of NCVO

Baroness Pitkeathley is preferred candidate for presidency of NCVO

The appointment of the Labour peer is expected to be approved at the umbrella body's general meeting on 20 November

NCVO's income fell by £1.1m last year

NCVO's income fell by £1.1m last year

The umbrella body's latest accounts say income fell to £8.2m because a number of large-scale, time-limited projects finished in the previous financial year

CAF says charities should be 'ethical guardians' in AI development

CAF says charities should be 'ethical guardians' in AI development

In a submission to the Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence, the Charities Aid Foundation says the sector should have a central role in overseeing society's response to AI

Income up by £5m at Islamic Relief Worldwide

Income up by £5m at Islamic Relief Worldwide

The improvement has been fuelled by a 14.2 per cent rise in voluntary donations, according to the charity's latest accounts