Lord Hodgson

Lord Hodgson appointed official reviewer of Lobbying Act

28 Jan 2015 | Governance | Emily Corfe

The government has appointed Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts to conduct a review into how the Lobbying Act is being put into practice.


Lord Hodgson appointed official reviewer of Lobbying Act

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Face-to-face fundraisers or 'chuggers' often receive bad press

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Legacy income set for growth in 2010

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Charities lose over £3m per annum due to bogus charity collections

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OCS reviews procedure for door-to-door licence rejections

The Office for Civil Society is reviewing the way it considers appeals by charities against local authority refusals to grant house-to-house collections licences.

Andrew Chaggar, co-founder, European Disaster Volunteers

In the first in a series of blogs from the front line we hear from Andrew Chaggar on how his personal experience of tragedy turned him from electronic engineer to relief worker, founding European Disaster Volunteers, and the difference that aid is making in Haiti.

Guardian and Observer 2010 charity appeal to focus on demonstrating impact

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