ACEVO in the News 25-30 January

Published: Friday 30 January 2015 - 15:45

A summary of ACEVO's media coverage from 25 to 30 January 2015

The Sunday Times, 'Horrifying autism hospital to be shut'

Daily Star (Lebanon), 'Less aid could turn humanitarian crises into security crises'

Civil Society, 'ACEVO calls for sector to reject NCVO proposal on political affiliation'

Charity Times, 'ACEVO welcomes four new trustees'

Guardian Society (in print): 'Expert Insight - the Lobbying Act'

Lancashire Telegraph, 'CLOSE IT DOWN: Expert advises national NHS chiefs to shut down Calderstones Hospital'

Third Sector, 'Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts to review the workings of the Lobbying Act'

BBC North West, Sir Stephen Bubb interviewed on 6 O'Clock News

The Guardian, 'Winterbourne View: what do the new reports tell us?'

Civil Society, 'Commission shows 'real improvement' but many concerns remain, says Public Accounts Committee'

British Medical Journal, 'Supporters of “personal budgets” for patients with long term conditions need to proselytise, minister says'

Arts Professional, 'Listening and learning'

BBC Radio Lancashire, feature on Bubb report on Winterbourne View

BBC Radio Norfolk, feature on Bubb report on Winterbourne View

Care Appointments, 'Not enough being done to help learning disabled out of institutional care'

Third Sector, 'Charity sector is at risk of falling into a 'transparency trap', says Sir Stephen Bubb'

Civil Society, 'CFG policy head questions 'worrying' comments by Bubb over 'too many charities''

Civil Society, 'Get involved or risk bad charity policies, fundraisers told'

Community Care, 'Fines for providers and right to care reviews among latest post-Winterbourne View reforms'

LocalGov, 'Charities warn pledges from councils and NHS will 'disappoint thousands''