Conservatives offer £500m to “nurture” charities AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Howard Lake | 10 May 2001 | News The Conservative Party’s election manifesto promises to abolish irrecoverable VAT and generate £500m to charities. The funding would be diverted from funds set aside by Whitehall departments for the introduction of the Euro.The Conservative Party’s election manifesto promises to abolish irrecoverable VAT and generate £500m to charities. The funding would be diverted from funds set aside by Whitehall departments for the introduction of the Euro.Read Tories vow £500m boost to charity coffers by Nicola Hill at The Guardian. Advertisement 16 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis 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.
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) WNY News Now Stock Image.LITTLE VALLEY – A 44-year-old Cattaragus man died during a crash on Route 353 in Little Valley Saturday evening.The Cattaragus County Sheriff’s Office says the man, who was not identified, lost control of his 2020 Dodge Challenger just after 6:30 p.m.Deputies say the man then hit a guard rail before swerving into the oncoming lane, striking a vehicle.The Challenger then exited the roadway and crashed into a nearby field. Deputies say the man was pronounced dead at the scene and no other injuries were reported in the crash.The Little Valley Fire Department and Seneca EMS assisted at the scene.
(REUTERS)-Virat Kohli hit an unbeaten 154 to make short work of a seemingly steep target as India beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the third one-day international in Mohali to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series yesterday.New Zealand, who won the last match in Delhi to tie the series at 1-1, were all out for 285 in the 50th over after India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni won the toss and opted to field.India chased down the target with 10 balls to spare, riding on Kohli’s 26th century in the 50-over format.The hosts lost both their openers Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane inside nine overs and, with the required run rate climbing, needed a solid partnership to get back on track.Kohli, who was dropped on six by Ross Taylor off Matt Henry, and Dhoni (80), who promoted himself up the batting order to number four, provided just that with a brisk third-wicket stand of 151 runs.India’s Test captain Kohli, who will turn 28 next month, finished things off with an unbroken fourth-wicket stand of 97 with Manish Pandey (28 not out).With India needing 23 from 18 balls, the stylish right-handed batsman, who scored an unbeaten 85 in the first ODI, tore into paceman Trent Boult, hitting three fours and a six in his over to plunder 22 runs.Earlier, James Neesham (57) and Matt Henry (39 not out) added 84 for the ninth wicket to prop up New Zealand after the touring side had been reduced to 199 for eight following a middle-order collapse.Opener Tom Latham top-scored for New Zealand with a 61 and the side were comfortably placed at 153 for two in the 29th over with a promising stand of 73 between Latham and Taylor (44).But they lost their next six wickets for 46 runs needing some rearguard action from Neesham and Henry.Paceman Umesh Yadav and off-spinner Kedar Jadhav each picked up three wickets for the hosts though the former proved expensive, giving away 75 runs in his 10 overs.The fourth ODI will be played in Ranchi on Wednesday.NEW ZEALAND InningsM. Guptill lbw b U. Yadav 27T. Latham c M. Pandey b Jadhav 61K. Williamson lbw b Jadhav 22R. Taylor st Dhoni b Mishra 44C. Anderson c Rahane b Jadhav 6L. Ronchi st Dhoni b Mishra 1J. Neesham c Jadhav b U. Yadav 57M. Santner c Kohli b Bumrah 7T. Southee b U. Yadav 13M. Henry not out 39T. Boult b Bumrah 1Extras (w-7) 7Total (all out, 49.4 overs) 285Fall of wickets: 1-46 M. Guptill,2-80 K. Williamson,3-153 R. Taylor,4-160 C. Anderson,5-161 L. Ronchi,6-169 T. Latham,7-180 M. Santner,8-199 T. Southee,9-283 J. Neesham,10-285 T. BoultBowling: U. Yadav 10 – 0 – 75 – 3(w-3),H. Pandya 5 – 0 – 34 – 0(w-2),J. Bumrah 9.4 – 0 – 52 – 2, K. Jadhav 5 – 0 – 29 – 3(w-2),A. Patel 10 – 0 – 49 – 0, A. Mishra 10 – 0 – 46 – 2.INDIA InningsRo. Sharma lbw b Southee 13A. Rahane c Santner b Henry 5V. Kohli not out 154M. Dhoni c Taylor b Henry 80M. Pandey not out 28Extras (lb-2 w-7) 9Total (for 3 wickets, 48.2 overs) 289Fall of wickets: 1-13 A. Rahane,2-41 Ro. Sharma,3-192 M. DhoniDid not bat: K. Jadhav, A. Patel, H. Pandya, A. Mishra, U. Yadav, J. BumrahBowling: M. Henry 9.2 – 0 – 56 – 2(w-1)T. Boult 10 – 0 – 73 – 0(w-2),T. Southee 10 – 0 – 55 – 1(w-2),M. Santner 10 – 0 – 43 – 0,J. Neesham 9 – 0 – 60 – 0(w-2).