BWB provides highlights of this week's website announcements.
BWB's Stephen Lloyd and Luke Fletcher comment on the concerns and confusion surrounding the social enterpirse brand. St Andrew’s Healthcare, one of the largest charities in the UK, has been told by commissioners that calling itself a social enterprise will help it win contracts.
Jaqui Symcox issues news from the Charity Commission; John Hodge comments on news from Scotland and Bill Lewis gives his VAT update.
Mark Traynor unpicks the property issues involved in conversions.
Jeremy Coy provides an overview of the latest property case law.
Catholic charity at risk of losing charitable status in Scotland: by Leona Roche - Charity and Social Enterprise Update Summer 2013 >
Leona Roche reports on a case in Scotland.
BWB's Lucy McLynn sits on the panel answering questions for BBC Radio 4's MoneyBoxLive: Employment Rights.
VAT on new charity buildings - a tribunal win for charity: by Bill Lewis - Charity and Social Enterprise Update Summer 2013 >
Bill Lewis, who acted for the charity, explains why the case is significant.
When should the Charity Commission exercise its discretion? by Nick Ivey - Charity and Social Enterprise Update Summer 2013 >
Nick Ivey expresses his frustration at the impact this will have.
Tesse Akpeki examines the different roles involved in board effectiveness.
Jenny Ebbage from Edwards & Co explains the implications of compulsory registration.
A challenge to charity legacies: by Leticia Jennings - Charity and Social Enterprise Update Summer 2013 >
Leticia Jennings outlines the background to charities facing more claims against their legacies under proposed changes.
E3M - the mainstreaming of social enterprise: by Julian Blake - Charity and Social Enterprise Update Summer 2013 >
Julian Blake introduces E3M.
David Hunter describes what the E3M programme could look like in action.