Category Archives: Charities

Gavin's next final warning must go to Lee Cain & Boris Johnson


This article from todays Times is calling for a group of Independent Charities (Universities) to offer freedom of speech and freedom of listening on their premises. This is clearly a challenge as not only may this need to apply to … Continue reading

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Its fantastic that Future Directions have done so well


Early today Paula posted this tweet to announce that her CIC project, called Future Directions that is based in Oldham have received an outstanding assessment from CQC. This is a fantastic result. The organisation provides personal care, supported living, domiciliary … Continue reading

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A rather unclear tweet from the Charity Commission


It seems strange to make an argument that charities need to serve all parts of the public. Of course if what Baroness Stowell of Beeston, the Chair means is that the provision of education to vulnerable people will assist our … Continue reading

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After #6months what are the results of your review Justin?


On the 11th July 2019, Amber Rudd who at that time was the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions admitted that there needed to be a reform of the current process for those nearing the end of their lives, … Continue reading

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We must continue to challenge local MPs for their poor decisions


It is very noticeable that now we are in the process of departing from the European Union at a speed that would concern anyone who can understand the challenges that we face, that problems are emerging as part of the … Continue reading

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So Boris, perhaps begin by listening to Amanda and Adam!


According to his press team, Boris is going to “get on with delivering the priorities of the British people” and in doing so he has even banned all of his Ministers from attending the Davos World Economic Forum. I am … Continue reading

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The Tragic death of Tracey Allen


The death of Tracey on Thursday morning has become public today and her departure will leave a very significant gap in our city for a long time to come. The announcement arrived as so often is the case from twitter … Continue reading

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