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Charities Bill 2021

Charities Bill 2021

This outlines the forthcoming changes to a number of areas of charity law which will be brought into effect when the Charities Bill is passed into law as a new Charities Act, The Bill was introduced into Parliament on 26 May 2021. It had its second reading in the House of Lords on 14 July 2021. As and when any amendments are made to the Bill, and again when it becomes law (probably in 2022), these pages will be updated, if and as necessary, to reflect those amendments and the Bill when it becomes law. The Charity Commission said the reforms will save charities significant time and money – such as legal costs – of “at least £28 million” over a ten-year period, or £2.8 million a year, that these measures will simplify some processes and provide a more consistent legal framework whilst ensuring appropriate safeguards, and that the greater clarity around certain legal issues causing uncertainty currently will allow charities to focus on delivering on their mission.

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