Showing posts with label charity. Show all posts
Showing posts with label charity. Show all posts

10 Sep 2014

RBKC for many years has openly subsidised charities - what IS this denial? Corruption?

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Dear Mr.Yu

There s no response to the FOIA request other than a denial of knowing of
any subsidy/'not held' - is that correct? That RBKC does not  subsidise?
Because it does and  it has, and the police are looking.



On 10 September 2014 12:45, <Robin.Yu@rbkc.gov.uk> wrote:

>  Dear Mrs. Robillard,
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> We responded to this request through whatdotheyknow and we completed an
> internal review too:
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> https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/rbkc_charities_subsidies
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> Yours sincerely
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> *Robin Yu*
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> Information Protection Assistant
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> Information Governance Team
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> Information Systems Division (ISD)
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> The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
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> The Town Hall, Hornton Street, London W8 7NX
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> Tel: 020 7938 8226

6 Sep 2014

CHARITY COMMISSION

rom: Robillard, Elizabeth
Sent: 28/04/2009
To: CCD Email Team; CHARITY COMMISSION; Enquiries, Charity Commission; Web, Enquiries
Subject: Green - Charities Act 2006 - []
USER QUESTION
Title : Ms
First Name : Ec

Last Name : Lucy

Email Address : xxxxxxxnest@hotmail.co.uk

Daytime Telephone

Evening Telephone : 

Registered Charity Number: 

Postcode : sw5 xxzx

Topic : Charities Act 2006

Subtopic : 

Subject : Charity Commission not enforcing Privacy Law

Question : Charity Commission - via email and letter 28th April 2009 Charities can potentially steal ID as by allowing people (who could be anybody) to check details of DWP, Banking and all private details you are leaving vulnerable people to ID theft from less than scrupulous people running charities, I have experienced such people. CC needs to prevent charities from requesting too much information and needs to safegaurd Article 8 of the HRA as set out in British Civil Liberties law. Elizabeth Finn Care is just an example of violating article 8, simply because policy made by (anyone) allows them to view too much personal data. Police checks on staff able to view private data as well as enforcing Privacy Law i.e not allowing people financial help unless entry to the home -is something CC must alter to fit ECHR and British Privacy laws. I have no wish to go through a specific charity complaints procedure, but I wish to complain about the Charity Commision allowing charities to violate the law in the UK. Yours sincerely Elizabeth Robillard []