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Radojka Miljevic 250Charities are exposed to greater risk than ever before. Insecurity around income, particularly from local authority and central government contracts and funding, is a real worry to many. Then there’s the wider economic uncertainty following the result of the EU Referendum, the impact of the national living wage, and a new(ish) government to contend with.

Alice Smith 95A charity that runs a watersports centre has lost a £135,000 VAT case to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) in a decision that could have significant implications for the rest of the charity sector.

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Following the EU referendum, we have a new Prime Minister, a new Secretary of State for Communities, and a new Housing Minister. So what might this mean for the housing sector?  CT Policy and Research Officer, Iain Turner, discusses.

Liz Zacharias  155CT Consultant, Liz Zacharias explores the recent findings from the HM's Inspectorate of Probation and HM Inspectorate of Prisons report and its link to funding supported housing.

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As featured in the Guardian Housing Supplement and CT Brief, Issue 25, read James Tickell's analysis of the future of housing policy. 

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Getting to grips with the supply and demand of homes has been a problem the government alone has proved unable to solve for decades. Greg Campbell, CT Partner, calls for a rethink in September's New Statesman Housing Policy Supplement.

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