Lord Hodgson has now published the report of his Review, and it has been laid before Parliament.  It is entitled “Trusted and Independent: Giving charity back to charities – Review of the Charities Act 2006”.  There is also a report on “Public perceptions of charity – A report for the Charities Act 2006 review”.  These documents raise a number of interesting issues with respect to the regulation of charities in the UK.

Here is a link to the two reports.

One issue that is very controversial is whether payment of trustees should be allowed without the consent of the Charity Commission.  Here is an article discussing that issue

Here is Ontario position in terms of paying trustees.