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Steve Clapperton

Campaigns Manager

Charities Aid Foundation


WELCOME TO THE PUBLIC AFFAIRS BLOG

8 May 2017

Welcome to our new Public Affairs blog, which we’ll be using to bring you our take on what’s going on in the world of charities and politics.

We’ll be keeping you up-to-date with the latest in legislative developments, looking at the latest reports and policy developments, and listening to the mood music in the political world to give you all you need to know about the climate for charities.

You’ll hear from a range of voices from CAF, and we’ll be making sure that you know what we’re saying, who we’re talking to, and the impact we’re having.

We’ll be kick-starting our blog by making it our hub for the general election. This will be the place where we’ll be talking you through what CAF’s had to say, as well as a look at the issues of the day and the impact that each of the manifestos could have on the charity world.

Don’t forget to check back every day during the next four-and-a-half weeks to find out everything you need to know about what the 2017 general election will mean for charities.

Want to let us know what you think about election? Get in touch with us at campaigns@cafonline.org, or on twitter @cafonline.

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