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Abolish the Charities Commission

Comment 23rd August 2010

This quango is a pointless exercise.  It does not have the resources to police charities properly and it employs people with inappropriate levels of expertise.  The consequence is that large (often corrupt) organisations are never scrutinised while small organisation may find themselves deluged with demands which undermine their viability.

As misused the Charity Commission uses the legislation to permit it to police itself and to ignore the purpose of the legislation that applies to it and its functions.

Companies House should be quite capable of fulfilling the role necessary.

Why does this matter?

If reliance is to be placed on third sector suppliers they need to be able to operate in an environment where their viability cannot be put in jeopardy at the whim of some junior clerk in an otherwise toothless entity.

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