Over the weekend, the Lords Select Committee on Charities published its final report, following a year’s activity looking into the current state of the charity sector in the UK, and […]
Is it time for the charity sector to get rowdy about Brexit?
2017 Budget – Our take on what it means for charities
A recent announcement by US President Donald Trump has caused a great deal of concern in the non-profit sector and once again brought the issue of charities getting involved in […]
Truth Decay: Philanthropy and the battle against misinformation and ‘fake news’
Phillip Hammond has delivered his first – and last (more on that later) – Autumn Statement since being appointed to the role of Chancellor earlier in the year. The Government’s […]
This post can now be read on our new Giving Thought blog.
The United States Presidential election will shortly be in the history books – once the last few votes have been counted – and Donald Trump has defied all expectations to […]
Ever since the new Prime Minister Theresa May first used the phrase ‘Brexit means Brexit,’ people from all different walks of life have been trying to work out exactly what […]
The final leg of our 2016 party conference tour sees us head to Glasgow where we’ll be joining Nicola Sturgeon and the rest of the SNP. Last year SNP conference […]