On 13 February, the Supreme Court granted permission for an appeal against the Court of Appeal judgment in the case of Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake EWCA Civ 1641, in relation to care workers on sleep-in shifts.
As of 1 March 2019, the Fundraising Regulator is publicly naming every organisation it investigates. The new policy applies regardless of whether the organisation is found to have breached the Fundraising Code of Practice.
It is nearly a year since the rules on the taxation of termination payments for employees changed back in April 2018. The changes continue to prompt queries from our charity clients, so what do you need to know?
The Charity Commission's work on safeguarding and serious incident reporting has carried on apace, with the conclusion of the work of its safeguarding taskforce and the publication of new guidance in October.
In an unusual case, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) fined a German school €300 (plus interest) for re-publishing an image that a pupil had included in a school project that had been taken from another website.