‘Draconian’ new clause in government grant agreements bans charities from lobbying
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‘Draconian’ new clause in government grant agreements bans charities from lobbying

8 Feb 2016 | Finance | Alice Sharman
Tags: Grants

The Cabinet Office has announced a new clause in government grant agreements which will ban charities from using grant money to lobby government and Parliament.

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