Posts Tagged: Charity Commission public benefit guidance

It’s impossible for schools to have more than tokenistic regard for the poor

It’s a well-known fact that cats always land on their feet, and toast always lands butter-side down. With the obvious result that if you tie a slice of toast to the back of a cat, you create an anti-gravity machine. It’s a bit like the situation that trustees of independent schools find themselves in, following the recent confirmation, via the… Read more »