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first_imgThe Charity Commission, the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales, has opened a statutory inquiry into Darul Uloom School London over concerns about potential misconduct and mismanagement at the charity. The inquiry was opened on 15 June 2018.The charity’s object is for the advancement of education and religion in accordance with the tenets and doctrines of Islam. The charity provides Islamic and national curriculum education to children and young people.The Commission received a serious incident report from the charity after police arrested one of the charity’s trustees, and seized weapons and cash held at the charity’s premises. The individual was also a teacher and designated safeguarding lead at the school. The Commission therefore, immediately after opening the inquiry, exercised its powers under section 76(3)(a), suspending the individual as trustee, officer and agent of the charity. A second individual, also a trustee and headteacher at the school, was also arrested.On 13 June the Secretary of State submitted a complaint to Westminster Magistrates Court under section 120(1)(b) of the Education and Skills Act 2008 for an order that the school be removed from the register of independent schools – the consequence of which is that it would no longer be able to operate. A hearing took place on 15 June and was adjourned until 22 June where a settlement between the Department for Education and the charity was reached.The scope of the inquiry will include: Email [email protected] The Commission continues to work with the Metropolitan Police, the DfE and Bromley Council in whose authority the independent school, operated by the charity, resides. It is the Commission’s policy, after it has concluded an inquiry, to publish a report detailing what issues the inquiry looked at, what actions were undertaken as part of the inquiry and what the outcomes were.Reports of previous inquiries by the Commission are available on GOV.UK.Notes to editors The Charity Commission is the regulator of charities in England and Wales. To find out more about our work see the about us page on GOV.UK. Search for charities on our check charity tool. Section 46 of the Charities Act 2011 gives the Commission the power to institute inquiries. The opening of an inquiry gives the commission access to a range of investigative, protective and remedial legal powers. Press office the management and oversight of the charity by the trustees – including the financial management of the charity and whether conflicts of interest are being properly identified and managed by the trustees the conduct of the arrested individuals Press mobile – out of hours only 07785 748787last_img read more

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September 18, 2020 | hpnymhct | No Comments

first_imgUpdate on the latest sports TOKYO (AP) — Japan’s professional baseball and soccer leagues will begin allowing fans this week. Soccer and baseball officials say the first day with fans will be Friday. The maximum number will be 5,000 or 50% of stadium capacity, whichever is smaller. Officials say they plan to allow stadiums to be filled to 50% capacity beginning on Aug. 1. Japan has largely held the coronavirus in check with only 1,000 deaths it a country of 126 million. The United States has reported 130,000 deaths with a population of about 330 million. However, new cases have increased recently in Tokyo. New cases on Sunday in Tokyo topped 100 for the fourth straight day.JAPAN-TOKYO GOVERNOR July 6, 2020 SKOREA-TRIATHLETE’S DEATHSKorean officials vow to look into triathlete’s abuse claimsSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Top South Korean officials have offered a public apology and vowed to delve into the death of a triathlete who had repeatedly told government and sports bodies she had been abused by her team coach and others. Sports Minister Park Yang-woo told lawmakers he “feels heavy responsibility” for Choi Suk-hyeon’s death and apologized to her bereaved family and the South Korean public. A team of investigators was formed to look into why authorities didn’t properly respond to the athlete’s petitions about the alleged abuse. Two former teammates said they had been abused as well. The team coach denied the accusations.REAL MADRIDRefereeing criticism increases as Madrid nears Spanish title After a weekend spent stoking division, Trump wrongly accused Bubba Wallace of perpetrating “a hoax” after one of his crew members discovered a rope shaped like a noose in a garage stall. Federal authorities ruled last month that the rope had been hanging there since at least last October and was not a hate crime. Trump is asking whether Wallace has “apologized to all of those great NASCAR drivers & officials who came to his aid.”GIANTS-SANDOVAL’S SIZEGiants manager Kapler: Pablo Sandoval’s weight not an issue LONDON (AP) — British sprinter Bianca Williams and her partner have accused London police of racial profiling after officers stopped and searched the couple’s car. Williams and Portuguese sprinter Ricardo dos Santos are both Black and were stopped in their Mercedes on Saturday. The 26-year-old Williams says Metropolitan police “put out a fabricated report” about driving on the wrong side of the road. Video of the incident has circulated on social media. Police say nothing illegal was found and no arrests were made. Police say they reviewed footage and “are satisfied that there are no misconduct issues.” BLAGG RETIRESBritish diver Blagg retires at 23 because of shoulder injuryLONDON (AP) — British diver Alicia Blagg says she is retiring from the sport because of a shoulder injury that has ended her chances of competing in a third Olympics at next year’s Tokyo Games. The 23-year-old Blagg has won medals at the Commonwealth Games and European Championships but says “injury after injury” have taken a toll. Blagg had shoulder surgery in May 2019 to repair a torn labrum. She previously had two wrist surgeries. Blagg competed at the London and Rio de Janeiro Olympics. She hoped to recover from the shoulder surgery and qualify for the Toyko Games.center_img Tokyo governor, Abe say they’ll cooperate on virus, OlympicsTOKYO (AP) — Tokyo’s newly reelected governor and her political rival, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, have agreed to cooperate on handling the coronavirus outbreak to safely hold the Olympics next year. Gov. Yuriko Koike met with Abe a day after she was elected to her second term. Koike’s overwhelming victory was buoyed by public support for her handling of the virus pandemic despite a recent rise in infections in the capital region. Abe in contrast has seen his support eroded by perceived missteps and by political scandals. For now, Koike has denied speculation of her return to national politics. Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The San Francisco Giants expect Pablo Sandoval to be in baseball shape and ready to contribute when games begin later this month. Sandoval’s larger size and round middle have ignited the internet and brought out the body critics as baseball begins again. Manager Gabe Kapler expressed empathy for the scrutiny Sandoval faces over his fluctuating weight and is confident the 2012 World Series MVP can make an impact as both an infielder, switch-hitting slugger off the bench or as designated hitter.JAPAN-ALLOWING FANSJapanese soccer and baseball to start allowing fans at games MADRID (AP) — Real Madrid is again being accused of benefiting from the referees as it gets closer to the Spanish league title. Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu is the latest to take a shot after Madrid won this weekend with a controversial video review decision. It was the latest VAR ruling to favor Madrid since the league resumed following the coronavirus pandemic. Bartomeu says “in many games VAR hasn’t been fair and has always favored one team.” He didn’t dismiss the notion that Madrid is ahead in the standings thanks to VAR.BRITISH SPRINTER-POLICEBritish Sprinter accuses London police of racial profiling Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditTRUMP-BUBBA WALLACETrump lashes out at NASCAR, Bubba Wallace over flag, ropeWASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is criticizing NASCAR for banning the Confederate flag at its races and is going after its only Black driver. last_img read more