Charity governance: trustees must show independence and oversight

As more parliamentary committees probe the collapse of Kids Company, it is time that charity trustees stopped being bona fide club supporters and instead became the voice of objectivity to improve standards of governance at charities, warns Kate Sayer, partner at Sayer Vincent

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