Steve Clapperton

Previously CAF Campaigns Manager

Charities Aid Foundation


1 June 2017

Much has been said in recent days about the Lobbying Act, and what it means for charities at this general election. There are widespread concerns about a 'chilling effect' that now exists as a result of the Act, which has led to charities failing to advocate and campaign even where it is entirely legitimate and appropriate for them to do so.

I've written about this in more detail for Civil Society today - take a look here.

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