The Charity Commission is "not fit for purpose", is not regulating the charity sector properly and has no strategy, the Public Accounts Committee said in a report.
Margaret Hodge, Chair of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC), said: "We are dismayed by the fact that the Charity Commission is still performing poorly and failing to regulate the charity sector effectively.
"It is obvious that it has no coherent strategy and has been simply buffeted by external events. It is clear that the Charity Commission is not fit for purpose.”
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