Would it not be prudent to add something to allow members to get rid
of a director or directors who are going against the aims?
This is a very tricky area. I know of a charity were the Chair (both
a Director and a Trustee) was removed by sending in the relevant
form, duly signed by one or more Trustees (or Directors). This was
not spotted by the Charity in question for about nine months. Cheques
had been signed, meetings convened, all without knowing that the
Chair was not longer in post!
Anyway, I believe is the job of Charities Commission to make sure
that Trustees are acting within the confines of the Objects. If
somebody (inside or outside the Charity has cause for concern, then
there must a mechanism for redress.
Gordo (aka LoopZilla)