Breathing room for independents

21st October 2011 at 01:00

Independent schools in England and Wales have won a long-running legal battle with the Charity Commission on what they must do to justify their charitable status. The Charity Commission has been told to rewrite part of its guidelines. But it said it was pleased the judges confirmed that schools should make more than a token effort to help the poor.

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