Tag Archives: Campaigning and lobbying

The inside track: July 2018

This month's political round-up includes resignations and reshuffle news, and a committee report on the lessons of Carillion. Continue reading

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What do the DExEU resignations mean for charities and Brexit?

What do the DExEU resignations mean for charities and Brexit? Continue reading

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The inside track: June 2018

What does this week mean for Brexit – and the government? This month's political round-up looks at the latest events in Westminster, and includes news on our upcoming Campaigning Conference. Continue reading

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The inside track: May 2018

This month's political news round-up includes the latest on the withdrawal bill, a (limited) reshuffle and by-election news, and information about our upcoming Campaigning Conference. Continue reading

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The inside track: April 2018

This monthly blog looks at the key developments in UK politics and how these will affect charities. Continue reading

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How the Sugary Drinks Tax was won: 10 lessons for committed campaigners

In this guest post, Ben Reynolds, Deputy Chief Executive for Sustain, discusses how he and his team worked with Jamie Oliver to get the government to adopt the recent sugary drinks tax. Continue reading

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Look around you: charity is changing

Analysis of recent articles on the future direction of the charity sector. Continue reading

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Baroness Stowell – what happens next and do pre-appointment hearings matter?

Baroness Stowell is the preferred candidate for Charity Commission chair - what next and do pre-appointment hearings matter? Continue reading

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Getting Involved: Political participation

What are the trends of political participation and what lessons are there for charity campaigners? Continue reading

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What’s going on with opposition debates and how can charities use them?

The government keep losing votes - why aren't they contesting opposition motions, and how can charities take advantage? Continue reading

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