The Labour Party will launch a public consultation on the future of the charity and voluntary sector, Lisa Nandy, the shadow minister for civil society, told third sector leaders yesterday.
Speaking at a conference in London organised by the charity chief executives body Acevo, Nandy said a future Labour government would want both support and criticism from the charity sector in order to maintain a good working relationship between Whitehall and the sector.
"We want to know what works and what doesn’t," she said. "We want to know what your hopes and dreams are."
A spokeswoman for Nandy told Third Sector that the consultation would have seven sections:
The consultation is due to go live next week on the Your Britain website, Labour’s online policy hub.