Labour Party seeks sector's views

The Labour Party is asking the voluntary sector what the priorities of the Charity Commission should be, and how to make procurement work better for charities, as part of a policy consultation before the next general election.

The consultation paper, announced by Lisa Nandy, the shadow civil society minister (right), has seven sections: commission, procurement, campaigning, volunteering, people in the sector, supporting charities to grow and the Big Lottery Fund.

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