Charity law is agnostic between opposing beliefs. The ultimate issue was whether LGBA should be registered as a charity. That requires being an organisation established for purposes that are charitable in English law, and with sufficient public benefit.
Our laws are now indisputably biased towards far-left organisations, and unfairly penalise ideologically-aligned groups that have a right-wing programme.
Why should a tiny minority of taxpayers domiciled in other countries pay the Treasury for money they earn elsewhere?
Many areas in most need of transformation lack civil society organisations and miss out on the giving which supports them.
The focus should be on greater prosperity for all – not on producing statistics to highlight ethnic differences.