The Charities Bill, announced in the Queen’s Speech on 11 May 2021, proposes several technical, but important, changes to charity law. This blog explains what 5 key changes would mean practically for charity trustees, and why we support them.
Aarti Thakor is Director of Legal Services at the Charity Commission.
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