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Myra Adams: Is the IRS in Collusion with the Clinton Foundation?

Charles Ortel’s quest to expose Clinton Foundation fraud has a Lois Lerner connection.

Myra Adams writes: Does anyone remember Henry Markopolos? In case you don’t, he was the former securities industry executive who for nine years persistently, but unsuccessfully, tried to convince the U.S… 522 more words


The Future of Charity Regulation

Good article and debate in The Guardian newspaper around the issue of charity regulation. Read it here.

What is the future of charity regulation? Is it a paid-for model? 36 more words

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From #Victims to #LitigantsinPerson and #McKenzie Friends

A Society of Litigants in Person has already existed once before. We are the next generation of victims who have been ‘learning by doing’, the only way to grasp and imagine what is and has been going on in and around the facade of courts. 101 more words

Litigants In Person

Look out for the tough new Charity Commission

Just a few more sleeps to Santa and then a bit of a break for many people at the close of the year.

But what does the new year hold in store for the charity sector? 449 more words


Time's up for the Charity Commission as we know it. But I'm just a donor so what do I know.

Amidst the balderdash, bureaucracy and blocking that passes for government these days, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) and its Chair, Margaret Hodge MP, have become something of the nation’s conscience. 455 more words


Commitment, Croydon-style: charity which benefits business

A Croydon-based charity which next month is staging a high-profile fund-raising abseil off Taberner House has been issued with an official warning that it is in default of its legal duties. 1,351 more words


Four year jail term given for £885,000 Gift Aid fraud

A series of 13 fraudulent Gift Aid claims to HM Revenues and Customs (HMRC) has resulted in a man from South Wales being sent to prison for four years. 310 more words