The Lobbying Bill – drop-in session for MPs

NCVO has serious concerns about the Lobbying Bill and its potential impact on  charities and other voluntary groups.

Many of you have signed our letter to Chloe Smith, and submitted evidence to the Political and Constitutional Select Committee. Thank you so much for all your efforts so far.

It’s really important we can make sure that MP’s understand the impact this bill will have – please can you encourage your MP to attend the following drop in session in Parliament on the morning of second reading.

They will be able to talk to NCVO’s policy team about the intricacies of the bill and talk to a range of charities and voluntary groups that will be affected.

Find your MP’s contact details

Please encourage them to attend the following session:

Drop in session on Part II of the Lobbying Bill – Impact on charities and other voluntary groups

MPs will be given the opportunity to talk to representatives of the British Legion, Guide Dogs, the Wildlife Trust, Oxfam, the British Youth Council and the Foundation for Social Improvement.

Portcullis House in Room T from 10 – 11.30am on Tuesday 3 September




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Chloe Stables, External Relations Manager, reflects on the latest political developments affecting the voluntary and community sector.

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