Viewing: BWB In The Media
BWB Tom Ketteley comments on the overcomplicated rules that are keeping out the very migrants the UK needs to attract.
BWB's Rupert Earle represented two journalists in their successful win to appeal against a high court judge's finding that they defamed Conversative party co-treasurer Peter Cruddas.
The past year has seen an influx of tech companies listing on public markets around the world. BWB's Jonathan Morris and Gemma Boore highlight the potential attractions and pitfalls of going public in the UK.
Despite much debate and uncertainty in the charity sector, the Transparency of Lobbying, Non-Party Campaigning and Trade Union Administration Act became law on 30 January 2014.
BWB's Melanie Carter comments on proposed amendments to the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill for judicial review cases.
Amendments are being discussed this week for the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill that is designed to prevent charities from facing a financial burden if they seek to intervene in judicial reveiw cases.
BWB's Mairead O'Reilly warns that campaigning charities that carry out investigations could find themselves falling foul of the Data Protection Act.
BWB's Abbie Rumbold comments on the differences in perception of charities and social enterprises.
It has been announced in the Budget today that charities and social enterprises will be entitled to 30% tax relief on social investment.
Will Kennard of Chase & Status spoke to the Evening Standard about setting up a free school with support from BWB.
In his 2011 budget George Osborne announced the introduction of the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme with effect from April 2013 that is intended to enable charities to obtain up to £1250 in “Gift Aid” on small cash donations of up to £5,000 per year without the need for keeping the usual Gift Aid records.
BWB and RPC have developed the new press standards body for newspapers and magazines, using criteria laid out in the Leveson Report.
BWB's Edward Pitt writes about the government's ongoing 'Balance of Competences' review and how the EU Treaties work in preparation for deciding the next steps to take on renegotiation of the terms of the UK's membership in the EU.
Social Gaming UK: Office of Fair Trading announces eight new principles for online and mobile app games - Gemma Boore >
BWB's Gemma Boore writes an article on the Office of Fair Trading's eight new principles for online and mobile app games.
BWB's Mary Groom comments on current legislation for childcare, nursery schools and their conversion.
BWB's Simon Steeden says the sector now needs to turn its attention to the next front: ensuring that the Electoral Commission's guidance is fit for purpose.
RPC and BWB lead on the creation of Leveson’s new press regulation system. BWB's Philip Kirkpatrick led the drafting of the new watchdog's and separate regulatory funding body's corporate framework.
Churches and charity law: where do things stand after the Preston Down Trust ruling? - Christian Today >
Stephanie Biden comments on the recent Preston Down Trust ruling.
BWB's Stephanie Biden says the case of the Preston Down Trust presents reassurance and a note of caution for other Christian churches in their dealings with the Charity Commission.