The Week

February 2010
Third Sector;2/9/2010, Issue 601, p10
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs related to the British charities sector. Nick Hurd, shadow charities minister, says that reforming Gift aid is the leading priority of the Conservative Party's agenda on the voluntary sector. The Charity Commission is criticising charities that failed to submit their annual accounts on time in 2009. The United Nations Children's Fund United Kingdom (UNICEF UK) is launching a fundraising campaign for the rights of young people.


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