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Reputation and privacy at election time >

Both domestic law and the European Convention on Human Rights require elections to be ‘free’, and recognise the role of freedom of expression in that process. Rupert Earle and Ross Allan explain the limits of freedom of expression, given that the circulation of untrue information may distort the electoral process. 

Posted on 22 May 2017 in BWB Publications Read More >

Green loans >

Green lending is currently under-used in the property sector, but could it be a win-win for real estate developers and banks alike? 

Posted on 12 May 2017 in BWB Publications Read More >

Charity in Islam >

Charitable giving is central to the Islamic faith and results in huge generosity by the Muslim community. Augustus Della-Porta explores the
role of charity in Islam and its three main forms. 

Posted on 27 Apr 2017 in BWB Publications Read More >

The dangers of personal email >

It is not just presidential candidates who need to be aware of the dangers of using a personal email account for business matters. When a charity receives a data subject access request, staff and trustees may be required to disclose information held on personal email accounts or mobile phones.

 

Posted on 10 Mar 2017 in BWB Publications Read More >

Client focus: Caritas Anchor House >

Caritas Anchor House has a rich history, marked by their desire to offer hope and support to those who need it most. Established in the 1960s to provide temporary accommodation to out-of-work seafarers, they now provide support to those affected by homelessness.

Posted on 23 Feb 2017 in BWB Publications Read More >

Sending funds overseas >

Faith-based charities often support overseas charities, but need to take care that these payments fall within HMRC’s definition of charitable purposes. Stephanie Biden explains how to avoid falling foul of HM Revenue and Customs when working with partners overseas. 

Posted on 16 Feb 2017 in BWB Publications Read More >