Fairly recent law changes have made it nearly impossible for charities to oppose government policy without legal threat from the charity commission'>Tory-led Charity Commission. The result is the food parcel fiasco because of state-enforced censorship of critical voices. Suppression is their plan.
What message does it send to black Britons when the Charity Commission suggests the National Trust has made a mistake by investigating its buildings’ colonial links?
A spokesperson for Prince Harry’s legal team, Schillings, has released the following statement regarding “false claims” made by Republic (who they argue should have followed Charity Commission’s guidelines that a complaint should be made to the charity in question first):
So. *journalistic impact klaxon* The Charity Commission has changed its approach to alternative-medicine charities. Following a consultation, they've decided that charities need to be able to support the claims they make with good scientific evidence