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Cabinet Office changes to anti-lobbying clause 'a victory for free speech'

Cabinet Office changes to anti-lobbying clause 'a victory for free speech'

The NCVO, Acevo and Social Enterprise UK welcome substantial changes to the measure, announced by the department today

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Don Bawtree: Bill on small donations is published

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Kevin Curley: More clarity is needed about role of trustees

Kevin Curley: More clarity is needed about role of trustees

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