Restrictions on political expenditure by non-party campaigning organisations

The snap general election will be the second to be fought under the scope of expanded rules concerning non-party campaigning, following changes introduced by the controversial ‘Lobbying Act’ 2014.

Simon Steeden and Rosamund McCarthy explore how the new rules affect charities, trade associations, trade unions, and other campaigning organisations.

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