Tag Archives: Third Sector

Regulator lacking peripheral vision


The potential impact of the outcome of the EU referendum on charities appears to have passed the Charity Commission by. The Commission did deliberate over the position that Charities could take when it came to campaigning ahead of the referendum … Continue reading

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SERPLAN resurfaces


The news from last week that London mayor Boris Johnson is planning to create a strategic regional plan covering the capital and the greater South East and that he plans to hold a summit next spring to discuss the issue with Home Counties … Continue reading

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Are they really listening?


The approaching General Election creates the need for all parties to decide how to woo potential voters and also what to include in their manifestos. Both of these causes are a reflection of a very poor form of democracy, which allows those … Continue reading

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If you can’t see my mirrors!


The notice on the rear of many large lorries makes it clear that the lorry and its driver will only be able to respond to other road users if they are in sight. The same logic applies to all of … Continue reading

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