Will English charities need to register in Scotland? Tagged with: Giving/Philanthropy 24 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Carol said: “Charities in England and Wales, whilst they will be following the Charities Bill in England and Wales with interest, may not have realised that a draft Charities Bill has been published in Scotland. They may think the Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Bill will not affect them, but this Bill may have repercussions for charities in England that operate in any way in Scotland. “The major concern is that some charities may not realise that even small levels of activity in Scotland mean they will have to register with OSCR. Our advice is to keep up to date with developments in the Scottish Bill and for charities to make sure they comply.” The Scottish Executive’s consultation period on the Bill will come to a close on 25 August 2004. Business adviser and charities specialist Baker Tilly is warning charities in England and Wales that they may need to register with an additional regulatory body as the progress of the draft Charities and Trustee Investment (Scotland) Bill continues. The registration would apply to all charities if they undertake any fundraising or profile raising activities in Scotland, even if this is just by way of a press release being used in a Scottish newspaper. Carol Sellwood, Head of Charities and Education at Baker Tilly, is warning charities who fall into this category that they will need to register with the newly formed Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR). Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Howard Lake | 9 August 2004 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis
ABC NewsBy GINGER ZEE and IVAN PEREIRA, ABC NEWS(NEW YORK) — The skies over the East Coast and South are going to be a bit dusty this weekend.A massive dust plume from the Sahara desert is already making its way through the southern part of the U.S. and will envelop cities between Texas and New York by Sunday.While the scope of the plume may seem large, it won’t produce a haboob — or low-level dust cloud — as the air layer will be between 5,000 and 20,000 feet in the atmosphere.Nevertheless, health experts say it still poses risks to people with respiratory problems. It can also cause sinus problems and itchy eyes, nose and throat for people who are sensitive to those symptoms.At the same time, the Saharan Air Layer will have a colorful effect on the horizon. The dust will affect the sunset and give the sky different shades of red during the end of the day.The Saharan Air Layer is transported westward by bursts of strong winds and tropical waves located in the central and western Atlantic Ocean. It typically peaks between June and August.The dust typically hits the Western Hemisphere every 3 to 5 days but it is usually in smaller encompassments. It also suppresses hurricane activity and development in the Atlantic Ocean.The dust plume covered the skies around the Caribbean earlier this week.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
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" Sisodia said.century I scored against India at the SCG in the semifinals? Also,” explained the source. has not begun. File image of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi.Thereafter we approached the Collector who refused,citing lack of space" said Macwan London | Published: May 31 2017 4:41 pm Pregnant mothers seek support from a therapist to handle your stress better (Source: ThinkStock Images) Related News Long-term stressful situations during pregnancy increases stress hormone which may raise the risk of babies’ developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or cardiovascular disease in adulthood researchers say When human body is stressed it releases cortisol — stress hormones — to handle higher stress a mechanism that also persists during pregnancy ALSO READ |Eat peas nuts avocados during pregnancy to boost kids’ emotionalintelligence Stressful events during pregnancy causes the placenta — which supplies the foetus with nutrients — to emit cortisol As a result a small amount of this hormone also enters the amniotic fluid — a yellowish liquid that surrounds the foetus — and affects foetal metabolism “If the mother is stressed for a longer period of time the cortisol level in the amniotic fluid increases” said Pearl La Marca-Ghaemmaghami psychologist at the University of Zurich in Switzerland This higher concentration of stress hormone in turn accelerates the growth of the foetus “An excessive acceleration of growth may occur at the expense of the proper maturation of the organs” added Ulrike Ehlert psychologist at the University of Zurich If an expectant mother is severely stressed over a longer period of time the risk of the unborn child developing a mental or physical illness later in life — such as ADHD or cardiovascular disease — increases the researchers noted in the paper detailed in the journal Stress However short-term stress situations did not seem to have an unfavourable effect on the development of the foetus For the study the team tested 34 healthy pregnant women whose cortisol levels in the saliva were compared with the cortisol level in the amniotic fluid Pregnant women who are exposed to longer-term stress situations need to “seek support from a therapist to handle the stress better” the researchers suggested For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related News Kingston: Bolstered by the comprehensive win in the series opener an upbeat India will look to assert their supremacy over an inexperienced West Indies with yet another commanding show in the second cricket Test starting in Kingstonon Saturday The ‘Men In Blue’ made a confident start to the 2016-17 season recording India’s biggest win outside the sub-continent when they thrashed the hosts by an innings and 92 runs in the opening cricket Test India will look to continue in the same vein in the tour which is Anil Kumble’s debut series as chief coach of the team But it would be easier said than done as a green pitch awaits the visitors at Sabina Parka a stark contrast to the conditions on offer in Antigua where the visitors had won the match in four days Going by past records it was way back in 2008 when a Test lasted five days at Sabina Park which Australia won by 98 runs Since then five Tests have taken place here and all of them have finished within four days including India’s 63-run win in 2011 West Indies’ last Test here was against Australia in the summer of 2015 and that match finished past lunch on the fourth day Given the very evident gulf between the two teams at present the grassy wicket should expedite matters in this forthcoming match as well While it is tough to say which team will be happier to see the green pitch the hosts will surely feel that the equation will perhaps be more balanced File picture of Virat Kohli (L) and Umesh Yadav AP The big win in Antigua doesn’t mean India will be complacent going into the second Test The big difference in conditions on offer will obviously hinder any such thoughts as will the fact that there are still three more Tests to go on this tour and their job has only just begun While India will find comfort in a settled line-up opener Murali Vijay will be out of action because of injury? 48,’’ Luckily, but the make up of the Man United squad is very strong and they’re playing in a way that their fans will take to and enjoy.
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Amuneke is delighted with the progress of the player told Italian journalist, Campo Raffaele of Europa Calcio that Osimhen will be a great addition to the Gennaro Gattuso’s team. “Naples would be a great destination for Victor: he is improving season after season. First at Charleroi, then at Lille and now he could go in a great reality. We are talking about a club with a great history, and the team plays in Europe every year. read also:Amuneke to Rohr: Chidera Ejuke, Awoniyi deserve Eagles chance “He is a quick striker and can score in any way, is lethal. I met him for the first time when he was a kid, and he still had to improve in many aspects” he said. Meanwhile, Osimhen completed his medical on Saturday and the deal could be announced on Wednesday. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Former National team coach, Emmanuel Amuneke, has backed Victor Osimhen to be a success at Italian side Napoli. Osimhen came into limelight under the guidance of the former Nigeria international during his time as the head coach of Nigeria’s U-17 team. Osimhen was the arrowhead of Emmanuel Amuneke’s side that conquered the world at the 2015 FIFA U-17 World cup in Chile and the striker also finished as the tournament top scorer. After enduring a slow start to life at Wolfsburg, Osimhen departed the club for Belgian side Sporting Charleroi, where he recaptured his form and then secured a move Lille Metropole of France. With less than twelve months after joining Lille, Osimhen is on the verge of completing a deal to Napoli that will see him become the most expensive African player ever.Advertisement Loading…