Will you still fund me... When I’m 64? Katherine Sinclair

It’s not often that the Government asks for more money and then offers to pay anyway! That is the situation when it comes to employer contributions to the Teacher Pension Scheme (TPS)...

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Budget help for charities’ trading Phil Watts

The Finance Bill 2019, as announced in the Autumn Budget 2018, includes a small but welcome adjustment to the small-scale trading exemption which applies to charities.

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Euthanasia creep? Alex Elphinston

When the Mental Capacity Act was going through parliament, “pro-life” groups argued that the provisions around health and welfare and advance directives would be the prelude to legalised euthanasia.

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Anything to declare? Phil Watts

The Charity Commission has recently published two pieces of updated guidance relating to safeguarding and serious incident reporting.

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