Charity leaders have urged the government to prioritise recruiting a new chair for the Charity Commission, with little progress in the eight weeks since Martin Thomas resigned.
When asked for an update this week, a Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) spokesperson said: “There's no update at this stage. We'll be in touch when there is an update in due course.”
This means the charity regulator will have been without a permanent chair for a year, prompting further concerns about the relationship between the sector and government.
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