Etherington attacks ‘theatrical claims’ on Lobbying Act regulations
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Etherington attacks ‘theatrical claims’ on Lobbying Act regulations

19 Aug 2014 | Governance | Alice Sharman

Sir Stuart Etherington, chief executive of NCVO, has attacked recent criticism of the Electoral Commission's guidance on the Lobbying Act, including comments by Acevo’s chief executive Sir Stephen Bubb.

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Etherington attacks ‘theatrical claims’ on Lobbying Act regulations

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