Monthly Archives: September 2013

The ‘Bedroom Tax’ and its impact on Northern families

As criticism mounts for the government’s controversial new “bedroom tax” policy, we asked Rob Warm from the National Housing Federation what the bedroom tax means for families in the Yorkshire and Humber region: “How many bedrooms do you have?  Do … Continue reading

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What does the Rural VCS Policy Group do?

Guest blog by Jan Thornton The Rural VCS Policy Group, hosted by Involve Yorkshire & Humber, meets about every couple of months and is one of the increasingly rare opportunities for those working in the voluntary and community sector with … Continue reading

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Are senior charity leaders paid too much?

Judy Robinson joins the debate on charity senior executives’ pay: Are we asking the right questions? This conversation is more than an argument about money; it’s about what’s at the heart of charities – and society, too. Continue reading

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