Tag Archives: Brexit

Funding round-up: September 2019

This month, what the government's spending round means for charities, news on the UK shared prosperity fund, no-deal Brexit funding, and more Continue reading

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EU nationals, charities and the threat of a no-deal Brexit

Chetal Patel from Bates Wells explores how uncertainty over Brexit affects UK immigration law and looks at some important considerations the voluntary sector will need to prepare for as a result. Continue reading

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The inside track: September 2019

Our latest political round-up, including prorogation confusion, no-deal legislation, and multiple expulsions, resignations and defections. Continue reading

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Charities and Brexit: Regardless of the outcome, preparation is key

NCVO has published new guidance to help charities prepare for a no-deal Brexit. We look at some of the key areas of concern. Continue reading

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Spending round 2019 – an end to austerity or a pause?

The chancellor delivered his one-year spending round amid continued turmoil over the UK's future relationship with the EU. We look at the possible impacts of today's announcements. Continue reading

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Charity policy round-up: August 2019

This blog provides a summary of the key policy and regulatory changes relevant to charities and volunteering for the month of August 2019 Continue reading

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What does prorogation mean for charities?

The government has controversially decided to prorogue parliament - what does this mean, and what do charities need to think about? Continue reading

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The inside track: August 2019

This month's round-up includes reshuffle and by-election news, and government of national unity speculation. Continue reading

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The civil society strategy: One year on

One year after the publication of the government's civil society strategy, what progress has been made? What still needs to happen? And is a civil society strategy still necessary? Continue reading

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Charity policy round-up: July 2019

Our regular round-up of policy news that affects charities. This month we cover the big changes in Westminster, the recommendations from the Charity Tax Commission, changes to society lotteries, and more Continue reading

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