Tag Archives: Campaigning and lobbying

The inside track: September 2020

Our latest political round-up includes mentions of the challenges faced by charities, Brexit’s return to the agenda, and a new cabinet secretary. Continue reading

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Charity policy round-up: August 2020

Review of key policy and regulatory developments for charities - August 2020 Continue reading

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The inside track: July 2020

Our latest political round-up includes work on the covid-19 recovery and how charities should approach recess and party conferences. Continue reading

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What do civil service reforms mean for charity influencing?

Michael Gove has set out the government's new approach to the civil service - what does this mean for charities? Continue reading

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The inside track: June 2020

Our latest update on what’s going on in Westminster that might impact charities, including more parliamentary focus on the impact of covid-19 on charities. Continue reading

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The inside track: May 2020

Our latest political round-up includes covid-19 debate in parliament, and news on the virtual parliament. Continue reading

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Six things we learned at yesterday’s DCMS committee hearing

A summary of Oliver Dowden's evidence on charities Continue reading

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The inside track: April 2020

Our latest political round-up includes news on coronavirus funding, Labour frontbench appointments and plans for parliament to meet virtually Continue reading

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The inside track: March 2020

Our latest political round-up featuring news on the budget, the Charity Commission's select committee appearance and the impact of coronavirus Continue reading

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The inside track: February 2020

Our latest political round-up featuring news on the reshuffle, committee chair elections and leadership contests. Continue reading

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