The Charities Act 2006, which applies to charities in England and Wales, contained a provision requiring a five-year review. Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts, appointed to undertake that review, presented his findings in July 2012. His review considers the impact of the Act in the context
of the regulatory framework for charities in England and Wales and sets out over 100 recommendations to take the legal framework forward. Lord Hodgson’s recommendations and the principles that underpin them are considered in this article.
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