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Does Clegg care for charities?

10 September 2013
Charities are unhappy that their political campaigning could fall under restrictions for the first time. 

Document will be up for grabs

10 September 2013
Unions with more than 10,000 members will have to submit an annual Membership Audit Certificate to the Certification Officer.

Lobbying: Secret Dinners here to stay

10 September 2013
The one thing the lobbying bill won’t do is put any controls on lobbying. 

Tory bill targets unions, not lobbyists

10 September 2013
The Tories new bill will make it harder for trade unions and campaigning groups to organise—and let lobbyists off the hook, writes Simon Basketter

Bettison's secret perks worth £70,000

10 September 2013
Troublemaker’s favourite top cop Sir Norman Bettison just can’t stay away. 

List names elite clients of hackers and corrupt cops

30 July 2013
Private investigators were able to delete information from police databases, according to the uncensored version of a police report into illegal trade in personal information.

Lobbying scandal - most parliamentary passes are here to stay

23 July 2013
More than 80 people who work for all-party parliamentary groups (APPGs) are to lose their parliamentary passes.

Policies for sale? Cameron's in a crisis over lobbying scandal

23 July 2013
David Cameron stepped up plans to privatise the NHS just months after hiring an advisor who had links to private healthcare companies.

Meet the politicians who took cash from bosses

04 June 2013
For once David Cameron was right when he previously claimed lobbying was “the next big scandal waiting to happen”.

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