August 2013
Third Sector;8/6/2013, Issue 764, p6
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs on the third sector in Great Britain as of August 2013 including the voluntary redundancies made by Cats Protection in 2012, the charity tribunal hearing granted to the corporate trustee of the Cup Trust for its appeal against the Charity Commission's decision to launch a statutory inquiry and appoint an interim manager to run the charity, and the plan of David Royce to resign as chief executive of Crime Reduction Initiatives.


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