A serious conflict appears to be emerging between the international political consensus reflected in the Paris Agreement and the corporate policies of Big Oil.
All organisations have two years to prepare for the substantial changes to the UK’s data protection regime which will apply from 25 May 2018. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force today, 24 May 2016. However there is a two-year grace period before it will apply in all member states from 25 May 2018.
We have just finished shortlisting 10 fantastic projects which were successful in our 2016 application process, and have now moved into the development phase.
The High Court has rejected the judicial review claims brought by a number of the world’s leading tobacco manufacturers which were challenging the UK legislation introducing the standardised packaging of tobacco products.
In this week's briefing, the Cabinet Office has issued a call for evidence on how to support mission-led businesses over the next decade, the Fundraising Standards Board has published a new report and there is a new Code of Governance being drawn up by UK Sport and Sport England.
Pippa Garland has written for the Private Client Advisor discussing the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Act 2016.
Writing for iNTERGAMINGi magazine, BWB's Gemma Boore outlines some important recent changes to increase transparency of ownership and control of all UK gaming companies and the impact it is likely to have.
This week's briefing includes updates from Charity Commission, data protection law and a new report from The Young Foundation.
BWB's Simon Steeden has written an article in the Solicitors Journal regarding charities and political campaigning.
The government has announced that it is “pausing” the implementation of its controversial policy requiring an “anti-lobbying” clause to be inserted in all grant agreements.
The government has announced it is pausing the implementation of a new clause in grant agreements preventing charities from using the grant monies to lobby government. See today's briefing for more information.
BWB's Gemma Boore has written an article for the European Gaming Lawyer.
Many charities in England and Wales may find that they fall within the scope of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse in a number of possible ways.