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Charity regulator opens inquiry into SPAC Nation

The Charity Commission has today announced the opening of a statutory inquiry into the charity SPAC Nation (1152988). The inquiry will examine financial, governance and safeguarding matters at the charity. SPAC Nation is a charity set up to advance Christianity. Much of its charitable work is

Cancer research offers more hope than people think

The strong public focus on a ‘cure for cancer’ is masking dramatic progress in extending the lives of patients with advanced cancer and turning it into a manageable disease long term, a YouGov poll of members of the public and cancer patients has found. Just

Aston Chase Appointment Two Associate Directors

Top London agency Aston Chase have announced the appointment of both Howard Kayman and Simon Rosenblatt as Associate Directors. Howard has worked at Aston Chase for 22 years in the House Sales Department and Simon for 12 years in the Flats Sales Department during which time they have both become widely

What the party manifestos mean for school funding in Stockport

Schools in Stockport face very different futures depending on which party wins the election, according to the National Education Union (NEU). The union is part of the School Cuts Coalition, which has worked out what the different party manifestos mean for school funding. The group has today relaunched its website

DRAKE’S HIT SONG GETS A HAIRY FACELIFT

Drake’s hit song God’s Plan surpassed one billion views on YouTube earlier this year. But now the chart topper has unlikely competition – in the shape of a group of schoolboys who have given the lyrics a hairy facelift. The group – boys at Bedford School –