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Committee visits Charity Commission

4 November 2016

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As part of its inquiry into the sustainability of the charity sector and the challenges of charity governance, the Committee visited the London offices of the Charity Commission for England and Wales.


On 1 November, the Committee visited the Charity Commission offices in London to discuss the work of the Commission.

The Charity Commission is the independent regulator of some 165,000 registered charities in England and Wales.

Members of the Committee met with the Chairman, Chief Executive and directors to discuss the different aspects of the advisory and regulatory work of the Charity Commission.

The Committee has also visited Body and Soul, a  HIV charity in London and will undertake further visits as part of its work.

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