Simon Steeden writes for the Guardian giving some points to consider now the voluntary sector faces a tough decision on whether to enter the Brexit debate.
Simon notes how the Charity Commission rules have jarred with guidance issued by the charity regulators in Scotland and Northern Ireland, despite no differences in the underlying law, making life difficult for active charities across the UK.
The article continues by answering questions on where that leaves charities now and what legal principles apply to them in the approaching EU referedum campaign.
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Posted on 21/04/2016 in Brexit BriefcaseBack to Knowledge